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Bye and Bye
Loads to thc houso of
Begin now nave a
part cl your eurningH
will soon count up
when deposited In the
Savings Department ot
Bank of Anderson
Thc strongest bank,
in the county.
Kiss Your Coal Stove
The *as stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
ry, ncr ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Co.
If so, here's the place to get rout
food. Wo carry the foll Cypher's line
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Short
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for HU
tte "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps,' and
Wheat Shorts, etc.. etc.
J. M. McCown
Phone 22 Hast Whltner Street.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
It anyone owes yon money furnish
us an 1 temi ted written statement oi
WE CET THE MONEY
It yon owe anyone money, we will
hcip yon pay the debt by
Our Mutual Loan Pins. .
Our "indian" will call on slow pay.
era and collect bad debts.
That ts hts business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson St
Anderson. 8. C
??* . little ostra money lo.
tooti advantage just now?
HavWt you something to till?
Do you own some&feig yo? no
longer ese, baft whick offered
st A bargain price v ouid ap
peal at once to some ono who
noes need it?
An INTELLIGENCE!* Want
I Ad will turn tho trick.
I V PHONE 3*1
Mrs Dr. E. A. Mues Entertalus the
Bridal l'art y.
SENECA, April 21.-The ?lamilton
Nclll bridal party und a few other
frlcndu were charmingly oMertained
on Tuesday evening hy Mrs. Ur. K.
A. Hines. A number of receptions
and parties have been Riven to this
very popular young couple who are to
Mrs. Wm. Neill and Miss Agnes
Neill, of Gainesville, are hero for tilt
I lamil ton-Neil I wedding.
Miss Ellen Todd of Nashville, Tenn.,
and Miss Sarah Neill, of Greenville,
are lu re to act as attendants at the
.Miss Nellie Hines, of Winthrop Col
lege, is home to attend the wedding.
Miss Hines will play the wedding
march at th,? i lam il Um Neill wedding
Mr. Hen Lowry Hamilton, of thc
Senior class at Clemson, ls at home
for his sisters marriage.
Dr. J. S. Stribllng is attending the
meeting of thc State Medical Asso
ciation at Greenwood this wee's.
Mr. J. S. Robinson, and Mrs. W. P.
3 ..vi arc attending thc state Sunday
School Association at Newberry this
Capt. J. Miles Plckens, of Pendleton
has boen in Seneca for a day or two.
Captain Plckens is endeavoring to
raise tho necessary funds to com
plete the rock wall around thc
cemetery of the Old Stone church,
near Clemson College. Ho says that
he ls meeting with much encourage
ment and thinks ho will succeed. This
old cemetery is the last reefing place
of some of the State's most illus
trious dead, and matVy! families of
promiuenco in thc Stat!- have dead
burled there, and many still cTmUnuc
to uso it, and lt should be well tak
en care of. Our section of tho coun
try ls under great obligations to Cap
tain Plckens for the work ho has done
to have this and other historic places
marked and preserved.
Rev. N. G. Ballenger wont to An
derson today on business.
Miss Cora Wiley, of Richland is vis
iting at tho home of bar uncle, Dr.
J. S. Stribllng this week.
Mrs. T. E. Stribllng and Mrs. C. N.
Qtgnilllat went to Anderson today to
attend the meeting of tho Piedmont
Presbyterial In session there this
Dr. O. L. Miller, who located hero
recently for the practice of medicine,
has accepted an offer from Dr. Hoke,
"in Atlanta, to associate with him,
and has left hero to accept it.
Messrs. Joe Todd, of Charlotte, and
O. rdon Todd, of Clemson Collcgo,
spent Sunday with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Todd here.
Mrs. O. C. Shepherd, of Charlotte,
?ts visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
1 M. A. Wood, of this place.
Mrs. Dr. J. E. Watson, of Anderson,
visited her sister, Mrs. I. E. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones of Town
ville are in Seneca, for the Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carpenter, ot
Greenvillo spent Sunday In Seneca
Rot. W. H. Hamltor. of Ulackstock.
ls here tor tho Hamllton-Nolll wed
The program committee for tho
tho Oconee Farmers Chautauqua have
announced that they have secured
Governor Manning for the opening day
and Congressman Lover for the sec
ond day. and Hon. J. E. Watson ior the
third day. Col. Watson hopes to have
his new exhibit that ho ls preparing
ready by that time-and will initiate
lt here. Other speakers < have been
written to but not heard from yet
All the committees are getting down
to work In earnest and with enthu
siasm and lt la the d?termination ot
overy one connected with the enter
prise to endeavor to make this one
of tho greatest gathering of farmers
over held tn this section.
o BASEBALL RESULTS. o
At Cincinnati 1 ; St. Louts 0. Called
In Ir.st half ot fifth '.niling on ac
count of rain.
At New York X; Philadelphia 6.
At Boston 4: Brooklyn 8.
At Chicago; Pittsburgh postponed,
rain; . ? ? . - 3
At Washington ll; Boston 3.
At Philadelphia 0; New York 8.
At Detroit 4; Chicago ft.
At St Louis 1; Cleveland 3. Called
In sixth Inning to allow Cleveland to
cs ?ch ? train.
At Pittsburgh 5; Kansas City ft.
At Newark 6; Brooklyn S.
At Bat?ale 6; Baltimore 4.
St. Louis-Chicago .Mot schedule?}.
South Atlantic League.
At Columbia 2; Savannah 8,
At Charleston .1; Augusta i ; ten
At Columbus 0; Jacksonville 0.
At Macon 10; . JbaUy 4.
At New Orleans 8; Mobilo 0.
At Nashville 4; Memphis 0.
At Birmingham ll; Atlanta 7, call
ed st end of sixth Inning on account
At Little pock-Chattanooga, post
poned on account of rain.
At Atlanta-Tech 7; Vanderbilt 3.
At Charlotte-University Georgia 4;
At Lexington-Virginia Military In
stil?te 0; University North Carolina
there'll be more
CAMELS in this
town than in all
Asia and Africa
co m b i n e d !
Tho world may measure men by the
broad acres they own, by their baux
account, tho beautiful houses in which
they live, by their social standing, or
the social standing of their ancestors;
by the beautiful clothes they wear,
and other externats; but the Kreut ?
Judge of all the earth, in making up
His estimate of men and women looks
at tho heart only. After alt. purity
of heart, whether that heart beats In ,
the breast of a millionaire or a pan- j
per. and that atone counts with
Hurrah! for the Hopewell school j
teacher, so interested in tho spiritual
life of her pupils that sho takes timo
to Instruct them in Sunbeam work.
God bless her labors, and moy other
teachers follow her example, if not al? ?
ready doing so. With tho little ones, ]
teachers aro mora intimately asso
ciated, und for a longer period of time
than are ministers of tho Gospel, and
the school ago ls tho receptivo age,
KO that tho opportunities and; re
sp risibilities Of tho public School
teacher for spiritual us well es mon*
tal development aro great indeed, A
teacher like tho ope mentioned In
the Hopewell, letter to The Intclll
gncr is on that a community can Ill
afford to lose,
"I wish my teacher would attend
Sunday school a\ . help us to bo bet
ter littto chitdt says a little girl.
No wonder! H. teacher has attend
ed Sunday sch? < not more than three
time? In four months, and heard but
ono sermon In that church within
said time; and yet the church is not
over one-fourth mile from her board
ing place, and she has been at her
boarding place almost every Sunday.
But she makes no excuse whatever,
wbon Invited to attend a party. God
Hair coming ont? Sf dry, th?,
faded, bring buck ita color
Within ten minutos after an appli
cation of Dandertne you cannot find a
single trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, but what
wilt please you meet will be siter a
few weeks' use, when mn ese ?ow
hair, fine and downy at first--yes-but
really new hair-growing all over the
A little Dandering immediately
double? the beauty ot your halkVuMr
>m Sallie Ann
help 8pch teachers to seo their re
sponsibility lr?, its true-, light, and lils
pity be upon parents that employ
teachers that show no interest In tho
Give us teachers that work for some
thing greater than dollars and cents
and reputation. Give.ua strong, Chris
tian charactor-bulldeirs. -
Not only deacons, but deaconesses
also, should be careful, ns to the in
fluence they exert over tho live? of
those ubout them. If they attend so
cial functions that do not become a
Christian, what estimate will the un
godly put upon our religion? How
often ha\l3 I heard the non-professor
say, "I'm as good as most of the
church members.". Although I do not
agreo with that vie?yet I know the
loose, carolee* Jiving of some profes
sor; t* rollgioti encourages it. ' "Wa
. toni J strive to live so that tho sin
ner shall have no Just grounds for
criticism. - -
I would advise that deaconesses and
all Christian women, who do not at
tend, h?r hold with certain social
functions, in connection with which
the! mames appear In thc newspapers
as lnyjto dguests, request that their
names bc withheld from the public.
And,, though they may all be in sym
pathy with said functions, yet 1
doubt tho wisdom of such publicity,
os lt tends to creato public sentiment
in their favor.
if this escapes tho waste basket, I
may como again.
LONDON, April 21.-She new lista
of losses published in Berlin place tb?
total Prussian casualties at 1,10(5.9^
Today's lists contained 32,524 names.
F-25 GENT DAMNE
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, lust moisten a cloth with
Danderlne and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking ona small
?trun d at a time. The affect is amaz
ing--your hair will he lights
and wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance j an incomparable lustre,
softucss and luxuriance.
Get a 25 cent bottle ot Knowlton'*
Danderlne from any drng store or
toilet counter, and prove that your
hair ls aa pretty and soft aa any-that
it baa been neglected or injured bv
careless treatment-that's all-you
surely caa have beautiful hair ead tata
of lt if yon will Just tn* a little Dand
o. NEAL'S CREEK SEWS <i
Rev/ H. A. OKolley of Greenville
will preach at Neal's Creek next
Sunday morning at ll o'clock. He
preached hero on the second Sunday
morning, and greatly delighted his
hearers. We hope to have a large
attendance next Sunday.
Miss Alice 'Cobb has returned home
after spending a week with her sis
ter. Mrs. Godfrey at Toxaway.
Misses Alice Elgin and Sallie Geer
spent the week-end in the Long
Branch section, tho guests of Miss
The quilting given by the W. M. S.
was a success. About thirty ladies
were present, and spent a most de
lightful day. They quilted four quilts,
ono . of which was presented to our
retiring pastor, Rev. D. W. Hiott,
while the other throo will be sept
to Connie Maxwell orphanage. The
ladles and some twenty children en
joyed a bountiful dinner; but, not
content with this, they remembered
tho sick of the community by sending
them each a nico box. This act of
thoughtfurooss on tho part of tho
good ladies Is greatly appreciated, in
thc ifternoon the society had a help
ful meeting, being addressed by Mes
dames C H. Gassaway and M. A.
McGee ot Long Branch, and Mrs. p.
S. Vaadiver of Auderson
Mr. Tavn?r LaFoy. of Anderson,
spent Sunday night ut the homo ot
Mr. R. C. Shirley.
Mrs. J, A. Elgin Is visiting relatives
Mr. Ellis, a young man of Abbe?
ville county, spent the week-end with 1
his cousin. Mr. Jack Elgin. j
To suppress lawlessness is good.!
Tliey are after tho gamblers and oth
er violators of law, for which all
law-ab|d'ng citizens should be
thankful. But I fear- the .fountain
head of evii ls too lightly considered.
In other words, if it is wrong to gam
ble in a saloon or other gambtlng
doha, it is also wrong to practice so
cial games that will encourage gamb
ling- if it ie wrong tar the lowly ta
gamble, it is also wrong for those
high up in social lite,, ?ad for those
who tn any way encourage such con
duct. The same may. be said of the
uso of whiskey as a bcvpt?ge and oth
er like cvila. Better strike at the
root of th? evil, thus saving many
victims, much trouble, expense kand
loee bf life.
Firmer?. In this section have about
finished planting cotton seeds. Some
aro up with their work, waltAng tot
rain, while others are planting com.
It appears that there hag pot been
any gr??t reduction ot cotton acreage
in thia community.
Mr. Editor, the article reproduced
in one ot last week's issues of The
Intel'hvmecr from the Progressive
Fanner, relative to smeJl farms to
be owned by .good ciUsens is tery
pnu* ln my -opinion. Life Sn tb?
country won id bo very different from
whet ?t IK le-?av if thoro were not 80
manv 1 :>'.;;" farms. Cut thc land into
finial 1 farms, offer thorn for sale to
?rood citizens on go<J torms; and see
if church and school improvements
do pot multiply many times. Taking
Neal's Creek community as an exam
ple: This community is thickly pop
ulated, but farms are generally large,
and largely worked by negro tenants.
As one result of these conditions, tho
school enrollment herc' rarely oxf
cecds thirty-five; and approximately
ten others could he added, Including
those attending city schools and those
who do not attend school at all. On ?
tho other hand. Welfare school, color
cr?, Iv so crowded that sometimes part
of tho pupils attend In the morning,
gl vir g their space in the afternoon to
others. M'y objective is not to con
demn these, but rather to emphasise
the fsct that a proper distribution of
the races can, and should be made In
eVery community, so that church and
school progress in all communities;
shall be healthy. I hope land holders'
in this section and those .living else
where will unite with others of the
community who are earnestly striving
to build up our church and school.
This', ls one of tho many instances
whore man can conduct their private
business for tho public good, if they
will; and. not be hurt-by so doing,
but. on the other hand/ they will bo
helped b yhelplng others.
Rev, J. T. Mann, who recently un
derwent an operation ls able to be out
Following is the~!!t.<, of letcrs re
maining uncalled for lo the postof?ce
at Anderson, 8. C., for the week end
ing April 21. 1816. Persons calllus
for these will please nay that they
wore advertised. One cent due on all
A-Mrs. Jas. E. Arran.
B-Will Barnes. Mrs. 8. C. Bur
ten, Mrs. Jones Bridges, Erwin But
ler, Blair Broom, Arthur Brown.
C-Mrs. Ida Gason, Mrs. J. F. Cox,
Miss Minnie Carlisle.
D-Olor Dubose. Mrs. G. W. Eon
E-Yougene ,T. Evans.
G-Miss Katy Glenn, B. F. Glenn,
Mrs. W. A, Gravee; %
H-Mrs. Margaret TIarris, Mertha
Hunter. Mardis Mall. Charlie Hamil
J.-Mra. Nancie Jackson, J. H. John
son, G. W, Johnson.
f?-M. N. Kneece.
Lr-Mrs. Vera Louis.
M-MVK. W. H. Martin, Mrs. Msy
Francis Milter. J. C. McClain.
P-Mlss Lise Patterson.
R--Lottie Rioe, j?rs. MyrUe Rode
ors. WR1 Richardson. W. F. Bolton.
S-'?icbsrd Slater, Maggie Leo
Stuart. J. W. Sheppard, F redie Stiles.
;TRgCftari8B T. Tankersley, Jr., Ad
dle Tailor, Mr. Townvttle.
W-E. C. White. F. W. Worker. J.
F. WIlss. Miss Tlmney William*. W.
L. Watkins.. J. K. Wlieoa,1
Tonight! dean your bowe!? and
stop headache, 'cold?,
Get a lQ-cent box ttpwJ^ v.
Turn the rascals otit-fJhp headache,
biliousness, Indigestion, the sick, sour
stomach and bsd colds-turn thom out
tonight and keep them ont with Cas
Millions ot men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the. misery caused by '? a Issy
liver, clogged bowels, or an upset
1 Don't put In another day ot listress.
I Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach;
remove the sour, fermenting food;
take thc excess bile, from your liver
and carry out all the constipated'
waste matter , and poison in the bow
els. Then you will feel great
A Cascaret tonight straightens you
out by morning. They work while you
sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug
store m?ans a clear bead, sweet stom
ach and clean, healthy liver and bowel
action for months. Chtldem lore
Cascarets because they, never grip or
Prohibition L*w Upheld, <
FRANKFORT, Ky., April 21-Ken
tucy's local option law was upheld
yesterday by the stat o court of ap
TALK TO THE ABAD OF THE
he will agree to moa* anything you
say after a good mea! ot
OCR TENBEE MEATS.
? When you order ot aa yon caa re*?
assured that we will send you oh\
the choicest cats of s^itary, eleen,
Prices, too, aro always fair.
The iiiy White Market
Phone?: ??M and Rft?, ,