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Greenville, S. C.
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ANDERSON, S. C.
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agents at principal points to Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 3 o th.
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lng of Pullman cars, tourist sleeper, dining cars and all steel
coaches then see that your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
Why pay tourist agent* for escorting you around. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, S. C., to San
Francisco, for only $79.20. Proportionately low rates from
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KOriCE-AS^ VA CO?irCJTA??ON
All person* Slab;? to road tu for
l?18 oro hereby notified that the time
lo? payment to the county treasurer of
said taxes MU expira oa the Itt day
pt May, 191B. Alter that dat? a penaT
ly wm bs attached- ^
J. MACK ICING.
Oar ?Jltaey Offer-This ta? ?e.
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slip enclos* with te to roley & Co.,
CSjW. lu., wrtfcai your nam? and
address c!f?tly. ton urill ra^ve te
Mttim * AUa? paokate o?? .Jain*
frtfr* Honey and Tar Cot ,*uoa\
fe^L000^ ^i^?*?? cro?*>: foley
a wholesome and thorOarMy olsans
tiR cathartic. ?vaos rhattnacy,
Will Be Held At Lone Branch
Church May 6th and
The following ls the program for
tho Saluda Baptist Sunday school
convention to be held with tho Lons
Branch church Thursday and Friday,1
May ? and 7: |
Thursday, Kay 6. j
10. Devotional hali hour led by
Rev. H. W. Stone. Muslo in charge
of Prof. Henry Milford.
10:30. Organization of convention.
11. A??ress, "The Standard Sun- ?
day School"-Rev. J. J. Gentry, gen-!
eral superintendent of South Caro
lina Baptist hospital, formerly Sun-1
day school secretary of the Baptists j
11:40. Discussion, "How Can This I
Convention Further Ute Cause of|
Better Sunday School?" led by Dr. J.
F. Vines. *
12:10. Discussion, "The Country
Sundsy School: Its Difficulties and
Possibilities," led by Rev. E. L.
12:30. Adjournment for dinner.
2. Song Berrico led by Prof. Henry
2.15. Address. "Relation of the1
Sunday School to Denominational Ac
tivities"-Rev. J. J. Gentry.
2:45. Discussion, "Soul Saving in
the Sunday School," led by Rev. T.
3:15.. Round table discussion of)
Sundsy school problems led by Rev. I
J. J. Gentry.
3:45. Demonstration ot Baracal
work hy Barker's Creek Baraca class.
4:16. Business session.
Friday, May 7.
10. Devotional service led by Rev.
W. W. Leathers.
10:20. Address, "The Local Church I
Sunday School Enterprise"-Rev.
Tho8. J. Watts, Sundsy school sec- '
rotary of South Carolina BapUst con
11. "The Pastor and Teacher
Training," discusi?n led by Rev.
Chas. A. Jones, education secretary,
South Carolina Saftlst convenUon.
11:30. "Equipping the Sunday
School In Town and Country," dis
cusi?n led by Rev. A. L. Smothers and
12. Open discussion led by Rev.
ThoB. J. Watts.
12:30. Adjournment for dinner.
2. Song service led by Prof. Henry
. 2:16. Address, "What tko Board ot
Education Means to South Carolina
Baptists"-Rev. Chas. A. Jones.
2.45. Address. "The Sunday School
Superintendent; His Qualifications,
Equipment and Duties"-Rev. Thoa.
3:16. Demonstration, . beginners'
class, conducted by Mrs. Lottie Bates.
4:15. Business session.
All Sunday schools of tito associa*
tton are urged to send delegates. The
baals of representation will be one
for every hundred members or frac
tional part thereof. Superintendents
are members ex\ofilclo and are urged
tc be present. To cover expenses
each school is asked to send 50 cents
for each delegate to which lt ls en
EDWARD 8. REAVES.
I NEWS FROM WALHALLA. o
WALHALLA, April 1?.-The Wal
halla basketball team, composed of
the girls of the Walhalla high school
defeated the WoBtminBtcr team at
Westminster on Friday afternoon
The score waa 19 to 13. They will
play again on the 23rd at Walhall
The high school hero has a team of
girls ot which they aro justly proud
as Uiey have never been defeated in
a match game.
On tomorrow Messrs. C. F. Hetrlck
W. C. Hoghes, W. M. Brown. Jas. M
Moss and others leave for Newberry
where they will attend Ute State Snn
day school convention.
J. J; Norton of Anderson spent Sun
day et tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. W.
Miss Eloisa Mont Joy has gone to
Greenville for a few days.
Mrs. Laura Talbert of Greenwood
te visiting her father. Mr. Robert
Crisp, who has b*en sick for several
Misa Gertrude Smith loaves today
for Newberry whore she goes aa
delegate to the Sunday schcol con
vent lon. On her return she will visit
friends in Belton.
? Mr. C. M. Nnuld of vicksburg
Miss., but a former resident ot this
place, died on yesterday morning
?l? homo after an illness ot Only one
week ot paralysis. Mr. Neild was
nat?ve of England, bet when quite
young mah carno to this place, sud
for more than 16 yeats made Ulis his
home. He has seores of friends who
will leant of hts death with genuhvj
wsgret. Several years ago Mr. Neild
and family moTed.to Vicksburg where
they have since resided. He is sur
vived by his wife,, who waa Miss Sue
Maxwell, end four daughters. Misses
?aide?, Marjorie. Dorothy and Maude.
The body will be brought to this
place today and laid to rest in West
view cemetery siter appropriate fun
Father Was W?lMsg.
Her Fetter-Yoee* msn. I must
ask your object In coming here so
Young Man-I love your daughter,
sir. Sha is adorable, a queen.
Her FaUvir-Then I take it yo?
object is te become her subject. Var
welt she's yours."-Boston T
Takes Bride Many
Miles on Honeymoon. I
Robert E. Jeffroy.
Robert E. Jeffrey, lawyer, of Mount
Olive, Ark., waited until he waa
ready to nail for bis new poBt as
United States minister to Uruguay
before bc would get married, and now
be bas taken his bride on one of
the longest honeymoon journeys an
Arkansan ever knew. He was
recently named by President Wilson
and confirmed by the senate.
He was a member of the legislature
of Arkansas, and then prosecuting at
torney for th? third judicial district
there. Later he became judge ot the j
circuit court. A month ago he mar
ried Miss Anita HOUBS of Heboi
m W. A? H?DGEN8,
Gen. and Mrs. M. L. Bonham went
to Columbia last night for a stay of
Mrs. John fi Cochran, 8r., re
turned this week from Birmingham,
Ala., where she has been spending
the winter with her daughter.
Mrs. J. B. Vandivcr went to Colum
bia yesterday for a visit of several
days to friends there.
Miss Rhoda Vandivcr ha? gono to
Macon," Ga., to tflslt relatives. She
will be away about two weeks.
MISB Ida Watson io visiting rela
tives in Lowndcuville.
?elfelltful Book Purly.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pel Itel entertain
ed a few friends at a delightful little
informal rook party. Thursday even
ing at their pretty new home on Wood
Long graceful sprays of yellow les
samimo were tastefully arranged in
the brightly lighted rooms. TablcB
were arranged for , the. players, who
progressed with each game, thereby1
giving each one on opportunity of
playing with every one eise.
After many merry games, the cards
wore pnt asido and an elegant two
course menu was daintily served by
the attractive hostess, assisted . by
M?sse? Lydia Bowley and Viola Felkcl.
Among tho guests for tho evening
were Mr. and M?*a. Lucius Webb, Mr.
and Mrs. L. 8. Horton. Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Holroyd, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Cely, Misses Helen Patrick, Louise1
Bigby. Nelle Smith. Nelle Bewley, Dr.
Herbert Harris and Mr. Robert Cath
Mr, and Mr?. Sloan Go to Housekeep*
Mr. end Mrs. Willett Sloan moved
yesterday into their cottago on So*
doty street, a*d will h? at home to
their friends there, ?
Mrs, McDonald Entertains Ciao.
The North Anderson Club wac de
lightfully ontcrt&ined on Tuesdsy af
ternoon by Mrs. McDonald at her at
tractive home in North Anderson.
Tho players for tho afternoon were:
Mrs, tx J. Ramer, Mrs. H. A. Orr,
Mrs. Marshall Orr, Mrs. D. tl Taylor,
Mrs. 8. !> Prince, .Mrs. W. B. Valen
tine, MTS. J. J. Baldwin and Miss
Mary Dunovant of Chester,
Party For Little Folks.
The followta* invitations have been
Issued: 1*07-1915, bfestcr Francis
Harr, at home, Friday afternoon,
April 23rd, 4 o'clock.
Mrs. Loss; Here.
Mrs. Ates Long, state president of
the auxiliary of tho Episcopal
church, ls here tho guest of Mrs. R.
C. Laughlin on Greenville street.
W. M. U. Quarterly MeetJngv
? The quarterly meeting of the Pied
mont W. M. U. will meet at Whit?
mina LapUst church Sunday, April
? Mr, Hodgetts ot Furoisn University,
Mrs, C. E. Watson* and Miss Barton
ill give Ulks on missions.
The public ia cordially Invited to
and bring dinner.
I IVA NOTES o
Friday afternoon the Missionary so
ciety of the First Baptist church met
st the home of Mrs. O. B. Schrimp.
Several interesting papers were read
hy the different members which WOK.
greatly enjoyed. After the bvMness
had been transacted the hostess serv
ed a delicious sal-.id course with iced
Dr. A. L. Smothers was here Sat
urday on i/'ofesslonal business.
Prof. Cliff D. Coleman and wife
have returned from a few days stay
with relatives in the Lebanon sec
Mr. W. P. Cook left Saturday for a
business trip to Baltimore and other
northern cities. .
Mrs. E. B. Willis who has been
spending several weeks in Clifton
with relatives hss returned home.
Misses Blanche and Ethel llolliday
were weekiend guest* of Miss Ida
Mr. and Mrs. R. Martin spent Sun
day with their daughter, M ra. Gus
Miss Annie Brown end Miss Mat
tie Davis were guests Sunday at the
home of Mr. W. W. Brown.
Messrs. .Claude Masters and Char
lie BurrlsB of the Mountain Creek
Bection were visitors in town Sun
Mr. Will John Evans ot Abbeville
has returned homo from a short visit
to his brother. Dr. C. D. Evans.
Dr. J. D. Wilson and wife spent a
few hours in Lowndesville Sunday.
Miss Nan Forney of Anderson wea
theg ueBt of friends here for tho
The Iva high school basketball
team played with the Cars well team
Saturday afternoon and the score
stood 8 to 16 in favor of Iva.
Miss Mary Hall entertained a num
ber of her school mates on last Sat
urday evening with a part}'. Thc
time was pleasantly spent in playing
Dr. C. D. Evans and wife, accom
panied by Miss Essie Cook, spent
Sunday in Abbevillew ith relatives.
Mr. Walter Watt of Due West wai
in town a few hours Monday.
Dr. D. 3. Knox of Antreville was i
visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jackson ant
Miss Lois Jackson were shoppers it
Messrs. Ban Allen, W. A. Taylor
and J. B. Quartes were among th<
traveling men here Tuesday.
Mr. Wade Thompson and Mrs. R
E. Thompson were visitors Tuesda;
at the home of Mrs. J. A. McAlister.
Dr. George Pettigrew of Due Wes
was in town a short while Monday ot
Mr. T. C. Jackson, Jr., has return
ed from a business trip to Athene
Mr. Feaster Jones of Starr wa
among the business visitors her
Miss Una Pettigrew of Storevill
waa the guest Sunday of Miss Ver
Mrs. J. N. Batson of Greenville i
spending a while here with relative?
Mr. E. H. Simpson Is In Greenvill
this week attending the United State
?Mr. Garrison Wyatt of 'Easley spec
a few hours here Sunday.
Miss Bertha McAlister lett Tuet
day for Newberry where she goes ?
a delegate from the A. R. P. chere
to the Sunday school convontio
which is in session this week.
Dr. C. H. Burton is in Oreenwoo
this week attending a meeting ot th
IMr. W. T.- A. Sherard was a bus
ness visitor in Anderson Tuesday,'
Miss Georgia Belle Baskin spei
Monday in Lowndesville with friend
A meeting of the Savannah Rlv<
Oratorical and Athletic aasoclatlo
will be held In the Iva high scho<
auditorium Saturday. April 24. Tl
program will consist of contests 1
oratory and reading by .ic^boys ai
girls of tho several schools of whlc
the association consist, also thoi
will be track work, baseball, basse
ball and other athletic sports. A mci
al will be presented to the best or
tor and one to the best reader,
big time is anticipated.
e TOWN VILLE NEWS
TOWNVILLE, April 20.-A ma
meeting ot prominent citlseas ? ai
business men was held last night
the sVuool house. The organ isa ti
of the meeting was perfected by t
election of Rev. J. E. Grim as pfre
dent Immediately thereafter a \l\
ly discussion ot various meanuros f
Improvement In the appearance a
tn tho sanitary condition of the toi
Mayor Fant and . several of t
members of the town council we
present and offered many valual
suggestions. Rev. W. T. Holllni
worth, Rev. R. H. Lupo, Pleas M
haffey. Lee Gaines, 8. J. Grub} i,
D. Compton, J. E. Carnes, and o thc
made ?hort speeches suggest!
meeiuros for various Improvement
To cumulate Improvement in t
appearance of the town a purse w
raised, from the proceeds of whl
four prises or more are to be glv<
A first and second prise will
given for improvement In the appei
ance of promises occupied by wh
people. Two prises will alst ba g
en tor Improvement In the ap pei
ance of premises occupied by coloi
peopMo. A committee, consisting
Rev. R. H. Lupo, S. J. G rubba, a
C. H. Witt was appointed to act
judges in this contest
Several resolutions wera yass
one asking the town connell to i
apart Friday. April 23, as clean
day; another requesting that I
town council institute garbage s
vice; and a third resolution co
mending tho suggested formation
a civic league.
The Interest in clean-up day ls
ready manifest and judging from
indications Tovnvllle will be q?
Improved to appearance at the end
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
fixtures, equip? ment
Twenty-five words or ISM, OM VI
Biz Timos 11.00.
All adrerUBonsai over twenty-Ar?
word. Ratea on 1,000 ro-d* to
No advertisement taken &,/ Isca i
If yow naree appears tn tba tel?]
yoar want ad to Ul a*d a Mil willi
FOB RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If interested In a fins
stand and r.ood proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tl
FOR SALE-Some or the best coal
and wood on tho market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country slabes still my spe
cialty. W. Ulmor. successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Ca Phone
FOR SALE-Good milch Cow D. F.
Chsmbloe, R6. Anderson, 8. C.
Phone 8514. 3-20-3t.
WANTED-A reliable represontaUvs1
in every community to act as agent1
for Tbe Intelligencer. Liberal com?
missions paid. Apply Tho Anderson
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions ot
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphlno or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
& C., BS* 76.
AGENTS WANTED-$5.00 to $10.00 a]
day can be made selling the beau
tiful 25x36 Bute and County Wall!
Map of South. Carolina and North !
Carolina. Contains world map and'
.map ot United States and ita poa?!
sessions. Sample to agents 60 cents.
1 dosen $6.00. Retails tor $1.00.
Order ot Southern Supply Co., 719
Kollock 8t, Augusta, Ga 4-15-6U
WANTED-Lawyers to know we have j
a fall Une of manuscript covers.
Andorson Printing Co., T. K. Roper,
Manager. . 4-21-St
HELP WANTED-We can give ten or
a dozen whito girls steady employ
ment at the Anderson Underwear
Factory. Light work, good hours
and good pay. Call and' see or
write Wm. J. Muldrow, Manager.
WANTED-By young "-Wte man 22!
years old, not afraid ot work posi
tion on farm. Have had expv lenee. |
Address P. O. Box 84, Anderson, 8.
Splendid fo.r RkenmaUsm.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment is
Just splendid for rheumatism," writes.
Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge, N. Y. "It
has been used by myself and other
members of my family Urne and time
again during the past six years and
has always given the best of satisfac
tion." The quick relief from pain
which Chamberlain's Uniment af
fords ls alano worth many times tao j
cost, Obtainable everywhere.
s gone. Tomorrow does not
>DAY is the day of Oppoi
he coloumn of opportunities,
it-if you seek t broader oj
u want to buy or seit machinery*
Ima SS cen*?, Tere? Time* ff teats,
? words prorata tor sack adflftiirt
ba ?ted la a roath made oa sppli
than SS cents, cash ta cdraaee.
?hone directory yen caa telephone
?a mailed attar tts Insertion tar
DB Y, PIKE WOOD, oat. or In four
foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect*
ly dry. Prices right Bee me tor
Iall kinds of fire wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"The $6.00 Coal Maa.**
POTATO SLIPS-Wo expect tods? a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety.
IPurman Smith, Bondman, PhOftf
464._. . . , . -
li- IT'S IN SEASON, and flt to eat,
we have lt; and the price won't make
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Gt ni" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whltner Street.
BUCK-EYE BARBEE SHOP-Half
Iont iee, shave 10. Best service. Sat?
IrAotion guaran teed, a A, MoClalb,
Let us duplicate your next broken
lens while you watt Can make it
from a piece of the old glass,-don't
need your prescription. Have ?ne
most modern Qrinding Plant la the
South. If yon are from Missouri Just
como in well show you.
Dr. M. R. Campbell,
Louisa a Hilgeaboeker,
112 W. Whitner Bt, Ground Floor.
MON FY TO LEND on first mortgage
or real estate In ammo un t of $25.00
to $50.00 in Anderson county at S per
cett cent per annum. Apply to
James P. Rice, Anderson, 8. C., of
fice over the old post office,
i- i una mmaaamtmafamm.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office tn Ligou ft Led better Buttai**
North Matn Bareet,
C: GADSDEN SAYRE
405-403 Bieckley BigU?fe?
Chisholm, Trowbridge Sk SttSf?
New Theatre Bvol?m
W? Whitwer St?
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An Age of Progress
. it used to be a common error to neglect life Insurance, lt isn't now.
There are many evidences that this is an age of great humanity and
of intelligent altruism. The ..isane are no longer treated for
"devils;" the State ts spending money in order to , provide prope?
treatment in sanitariums for tuberculosis patients; the boards of
health of cities demand stricter compliance with the ralea of sanitation j
and of hygiene; criminals in prisons arc treated as human beings;
fuller educational advantages are provided by the government; pure
food laws are in operation, and man's duty towards his neighbor
seems to be more fulty realized than perhaps ever before. As con
sideration for our fellows has become more marked, so has consid
eration for ihe welfare of our families. That is why men think more
Of life insurance today than formerly, and why it is no longer a com
mon error to neglect life insurance.
The reason many men haye not taken adequate insurance may be
summed up in the one word DELAY. Probably one-half of the itt*n
who die Uninsured, underinsured or insecurely insured, m?^tt to in*
sure but del&yed. Are you geing to be one of them ? Or will y?? :
lalee and maintain
Mutua) Benefit Insurance?
W?frou are sure of maximum protection at minimum colt with The
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark^ N. J.
M. M. MATTISON.
G W. Webb, J. J. 1 rowbiidge,
District Agent. Special AjjH
Bieckley Bldg., * Anderdon, i?" C.
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