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$2.00 Straws at.
$3.o<> Straws at.
$i.5o Straws at.
$4.00 Straws at.
?5.00 Panamas at ....
$6.00- Panamas at ..
SHIRTS R
$1.00 Shirts at.
$1.5o Shirts at.
$2.00 Shirts at.
$3.00 Silk Shirts at . .
$3.50 Silk Shirts at . .
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Phone 37.
Henri's Height Club.
The Heart's Delight elub will meet
on Thursday afternoon at four thirty
with Mrs. David Burriss.
Philatheii Plculc
The Philatheas of thc Central Pres
byterian church will have their an
nual picnic this afternoon at Mc
Kinney's Spring. They are asked to
take the 6:30 car.
Itucker-McHee.
The following announcements
have been received by mainy of Mr.
McGee's friends here. -Mr. McGee is
the'son of Rev. and Mrs. Mike Mc
Gee of Honea Path.
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter J. H?cker an
nounce the marriage of their daught
er, Marlanua to Mr. Jeremiah Jeter
McGee on Wednesday the sixteenth
of June, 1915, Pleasant Va'e, Ya. At
home'after Jully ist,' 1959 PaHc
street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Miss Lucile Pr?vost ls visiting re
latives In Columbia.
Mrs. M. B. Clinkscales of Duo
West is visiting friends bere. '
Are Toa Feeling Flt!
Do you envy tho man or woman of
untiring onorgy, strong body anti hap
py disposition? All these depend upon
good health, and good health ls impos
sible when the kidneys are weak, over
worked of diseased. Foley Kidney Pills
act promptly and help tho kidneys fil
ter the blood and cast out the poison
ous waste products that cause sore
and swollen muscles and joints, back
ache, rheumatism, and the symptoms
that give warning of dangerous kidney
and bladder ailments. Evans Phar?
macy.
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When that time comes to j
. to take-CarrJui, the woman
' posed of purely vegetable
gently, yet surely, on the wi
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It has benefited thousands
ailing women in its past h
success, and it will do the
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CAR
The Womfi
Miss Amelia Wilson, fl
says: "I think Cardui is the g
for women. Before I beg*
so weak and nervous, ant
spells and a jvoor appetite,
as strong as i ever d.d. am
Begin taking Cardui today.
Has Helped
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LY CO.
Mrs. Joe Shelor ls at hume after a
visit to relatives ct Liberty.
Mrs. C. W. Causey has gone to
ber former home at Graham, N.C.,
to visit relatives.
Mrs. Prank Cunningham has re
turned to her home in Greenville af
ter a visit to friends here.
Mrs. J. C. Marshall left yesterday
afternoon for Baltimore to bring
Captain Marshall home. His many
friends will be delighted to hear
that he is getting strong and well
again.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Speicher have
returned from a ten days . visit to
Lynchburg, Va.
Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Harrison of
Abbeville have been spending sev
eral days here.
' Misses Ethel Nolson. Elizabeth
Nelson and Zenobia Welch will leave
tomorrow for Sullivan's Island,
where they will spend several days.
Misses Bertha and Myrtle William
son of Jacksonville, Fla., are tho
guests of their uncle and .amt. Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. ?VHHam-"?r at 5M
North Fant s!**?et.
Miss Sara McKinney nas returned
from Democrnt, Ga., where she has
been spending the past month.
Master Howard Agnew of Due West
in visiting at tho homo of Mr. M-.
M. Mattlson in this city.
Mrs. C. M. McClure and son.
Clifton McClure, went to Greenville
yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. D. B. Allen of Ix)wndesville
is visiting her sisters, Misses Ida and
Lois Watson.
Miss Leila Moseley returned to the
city yesterday from Lowndesvllle
? hero abc had spent tho week-end.
fOVEt Rl??fc^?iJ?!
?iR HACKftCHC KtOft ' ' *? ? LAJOk?
OD
! a Tonic
y woman's life when she
r ??ver the hard places,
nu. you know what tonic
'? tonic Cardin is com
I ingredients, which act
eakened womanly organs,
to strength and health,
and thousands of weak,
alf century of wonderful
same for you.
ike in taking
DUI
nfs Tonic
!. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
xeatest medicine on earth,.
in to take Cardui, 1 was
1 had such awful dizzy
Now ! feel as well and
d catt eat most anything."
Sold by all dealers.
Thousands. ,
TRACT IS LET FOD
BEAUTIF?MRESIDENCE
MRS. N. B. SULLIVAN TO
BUILD ON SOUTH
MAIN
WILL COST $10,000
Caney & Fant of Thu City Are j
Architects and J. L. Hembree
Has Building Contract
The contract for the erection of the
residence for Mrs. N. B. Sullivuu
was let yesterday to Mr. J. L. Hem
bree for approximately $10.000.
Casey nnd Fant of tills city are the
architects.
The residence will be erected on
South Main street, opposite the beau
tiful homeB of Messrs. C. S. and W. W.
Sullivan. With the completion of this
home another beautiful building will
liuve been added to the magnificent
group of homes that make this Bee
tloo of the city so attractive.
The plans call for a residence that
might be said to be of the Italian
villa style, with wide projecting
panelled eaves, and wide cool porches.
The residence will be veneered with
tapestry brick, with stone trimmings,
Spanish tilo roof avtd tiled porcfii
floors.
There will be approximately 12
rooms, all large, well proportioned
and decorated In an attractive man
ner, having hardwood floors, beamed
ceilings and panelled wainscots.
Each bcd room will have a connect
ing bath; laundry, work shop, heater
and coal rooms are provided for in
a well lighted basement with cement
floors. The reception room and liv
lng room are especially attractive, the
former being -16 feet by 22 feet, the
latter 33 feet by 16 feet, theso two
and the dining room are capable of
being made Into one large room by
means of folding doors. Every mod
ern convenience has been provided
for, vacuum cleaner, hot water heat,
tiled baths, sun porch and sleeping
porch.
Work will be started on the con
tract at once, under the supervision
of the architects.
?THE SOUTH GU
SPOOIIS l.,E ARRIVED
Alabama Spoons Are on Sale This ]
Week-Georgi? on Sale
Next?
The South Carolina Souvenir
spoons have arrived. They arrived
yesterday morning at about eleven
o'clock, and lt was noised about town
soon afterwards, and the people bu
gan calling for them soon after din'
ncr. Thcrj5 are enough now to go
around; so tboso who want South
Carolina Souvenir Spoons can bring
j their coupons to the office and get
them.
The fad of collecting these State
Seal Souvenir spoons certainly has
taken a firm hold on this town and
county. Some are buying ou ly ono of
each state spoon as lt ls put on sale,
while othors aro buying sets of six
of each state as they aro put on sale
each week.
Several ladles who bought Alaba
ma spoons yesterday remarked that
they were undoubtedly the handsom
est yet put out. The Georgia Spoons
will go on sale next week.
Dr. C. H. vBurton of Iva was a
business visitor In the city yesterday.
Mr. David Allen of Lafayette, Ala.,
is spending a few days In the city
on business.
Mr. William Tammell, formerly of
this city but now of Atlanta, Ga., Is
spending a few dayr. ta Anderson. .
Mr. J. Sam Wilson was a bustnea
T.'sltor ta Anderson yesterday.
" Professors Thomas W. Kelt* sud
Wells of Clemson College were busi
ness visitors in Anderson yesterday.
Dr. Carl Hall, who ls at Clemson
Collers li the absence qf the veteri
nary BU; goons, wss In the city Sun
day. _
Mr. Silas E. Oldham, traveling pas
senger agent of the St. Louis ft San
Francisco railway and the Chicago
and Eastern Illinois railway, wat a
business visitor in the city yester
day._
Mr . J. E* Turner ls spending, a
few days In Birmingham, Ala..
Afr. Thomas Hallsy of Hartwell,
Ga.. 1? in the city visiting.
Dr. and Mrs. W. I. Hailey and
Mts. Mollie Liner, of Hartwell. Ga.,
and Mr. L. H. Brown and son, Mr.
Clots Brown, of Hickory. Miss., who
ore visiting ta Hartwell, spent Sun
day tn th* city.
Mrs. Harry wallace la ?pending, sev
eral days at Tryon, N. C.
Mr. R. W. Tribal* retained last
night from Atante, Gs., where be bad
spent tht past two anya.
WESLEY BIBLE CLASSES OF
SOUTH CAROLINA IN AS
SEMBLY
GREAT MANY HERE
Are Expected to Attend on Special
Train Which Will be Run
From Thia City.
The convention of the Wesley Bible
Class Federation of the South ( aro
lina Conference will he hold in Spar
tanbury on the 19th. 20th and 21st.
of this month and will in all prob
ability by the largest religious gather
lng ever held in this State.
Members of the. various Sunday
school classes o*.* Methodist churches
throughout South Carolina will gath
er there to the number of upward of
2,000.
Excursion Trains.
Special excursion trains will be ope
rated from Anderson and Greenwood
over the Piedmont & Northern rail
way and from Charleston and other
points in the lower section of the
State over thc Southern railway
These will carry In large throngs of
visitors, arriving in Spartanbur,
Tuesday morning in time to attend
the morning sessions of the conven
tion. Besides these special trains, low
round trip rates will be available from
all pointa in South Carolina.
tuesday, the 20th, will he thc big
day of the convention. Meetings will
be held morning, afternoon and nigh
und at 6 o'clock In the afternoon
grand parade, composed of men and
women, members of the various
classes, will march through the
streets of tho city.
St John's Methodist Sunday school
ut this city is planning to have a dele
gatton ot 400 or 000 people from this
city attend if possible. A special
train will be chartered to leave An
derson early in the morning on July
20, and will return thc same day. lt
will be necessary to have 100 people
to have the train but it is thought that
there will be no trouble along Uiis
line. An oxtremoly low rate of $1 will
be made.
MISS BESSIE SHIRLEY
APPOINTED, PRESIDEN!
I ' , ..Ti
.i f
Rural School Improvement Asso
ciation in Anderson County
la ? Great Work.
Miss ' ?essie Shirley of Anderson
hat. been appointed president of the
rural school improvement associa
tions in Anderson county, tho ap
pointment having been mado by Miss
Mary Eva Hite, state president. The
office has no salary connected with
lt.
So many rural school improvement
associations ' have been organized in
this county that it loads the state
along this line. The purpose of these
organizations is to help build new
school bouses, raise money for new
furnishings, and in g?rerai too look
after and forward tho purpose of the
schools as much as possible.
Several entertainments arc general
ly given during the school months
and money ls raised with which to
buy furniture, etc. MIBS Maggie Gar
lington, former rural school super
visor of this county, bad charge
thia work before her resignation be
came effective.
TOWS VI LLC
Or. M. C. Ilobson's .automobile
caught fire a few daya ago and wa
totally destroyed. His med bin
case, which was in th? car. was al
so destroyed.
Mr*. Ovallne LIgon, who has been
Bick for the past three weeks, Is
some better.
Mises Lorene Burdette of Iva, Ver
melle McCarloy of Anderson, are vis
itlng their aunt, Mrs. Ixrtlte Shbiey
Mr. Joe Fant, who has oeen visit
lng his uncle, Mr. J. B. Felton ls at
home.
Mr. Davis Glenn end Miss Knox ot
Fair Play were vi. .ora hero re<ent
ly.
Mrs. Mattie Dickson abd childrenfl
who have been visiting her sister.
Mrs. Sam McClellan, at Andeihon
have returned home.
Mr. Joe Keller, w?ie and children
of Sandy Springs visited the form
ers' mother, Mrs. Dr. Keller Sunday
Mra. Mitt -Nicholson has gone to
the mountains to visit friends and re
lathes.
Misa Ruth Dickson of Anderson it
spending a while with her aunts
Mian Mattie McCarloy and Mrs. Sal
Ho Hunt.
Misa Elisabeth Dickson, who has
been teaching school te Orangeburg
county, te upending her vacation with
her sister, Mrs. Mattie Dickson.
Miss Jante Bryan of Anderson, who
baa been nursing Mrs. I. T. Gallo
way, bas returned home. Mrs. Gal
ioway is getting along nicely.
?fias Grace Compton.^who ls
training at Athens hospital, is
home. She will return to her work
in Athens In a Tow weeks.
Rev J. E. Grim left yesterday
attend tba Bible conference which
eonvmesc in Greenville ?bte week.
The TowavfMe Banllst Sunday
school ia to have a picnic, at Living
ston Orove Saturday Jilly W.
Mrs Annie Ledhetter ot Aaderson
and?har eUi*rr Mrs. ?fard Brown
of Texas, visited their, aunt, Mrs
Elisabeth Led better recently.
GREAT MEETING IS
CONDUCTED AT M
ENTHUSIASM CAN BE COM
PARED WITH THAT
HERE
LARGE CROWDS
fae Attcndtnf and Several Score
Have Been Converted-Rev.
J. L. Harley Preaching.
.A revival meeting, not near sc
large but Beonilngly about as thor
ough In Its hold II pon the people nf
the one recently held In Anderson
is being conducted In Iva, and or
Sunday night fully 1,500 people wer?
present. K?ev. J. L. Harley of Spar
tanburg IB assisting the pastor of thc
Iva Methodist churches. Hov. J. Li
Singleton.
The meeting has been In progrest
for tho past ten days nnd will likely
run on until Thursday night. Already
lhere have been several score of con
versions and 16 members have been
added to the vaiious church rolla
lhere. The enthusiasm in the meet
ing can be compared to that recent I)
lu Anderson during the MeLandon
mooting and the largo tent mulei
which thc preaching is done, ls not
near large enough to accommod?t?
Hie crowds. Two services are held
frilly, ono In the afternoon and one
it night.
Mr. J. C. Bewllngion of hpartan
liurg is leading the choir und has suc
ceeded In organizing a large number
if trained voices which adds much tc
Lhe meeting.
Ilenefltd by Chnmbrlnln's Uniment.
"IJ?RI winter I used Chamberlain't
.In linen t for rheumatic pains, stiffness
ind soreness of Hie knees, and can
conscientiously say that I never used
inytbing that did mc so much good."
-Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtain
ible everywhere.
CASTO RIA
For Infants and Children
5n Use For Over 30 Years
A NICE BIG ROAST
of Beef, Pork or Mutton Is really one
>t tho best meats. For lt ls just as
good cold as hot. So you can have
neveral meals with only one cooking.
Tell IIB to send one for Sunday din
ter. Make lt a big one, for our meats
i.-e so choice that only a big one will
iiave enough left tc cut up old.
WOKE CM.
The Lily White Market
J. IT. LINDSAY, Proprietor.
Oneida Com
SIL
FOR READERS Ol
EVERY STATE.
Every Spooi
The Oneidi
If you have not ah
from The Intelligence
Office.
Souvenir Spoon Cou
pon
This coupon, when pre.
sented with 15c (or hy mall
- 20c), good for one State Sou
venir Spoon. If orderrag by
mall, address Spoon Depart
ment, The Intelligencer, An
derson, S. C. ,
rm*s. rive
Premiums
FOB
Gold Band Soap Wrappers and Xr^m^W
Ryan's Naphtha Powdered Soap Coupons
Wrappers Can Be Redeemed at
Peorles New Furniture Co. ANDERSON1T*11 81,
Come In and Get Our Premium List
Dear Readers:
If you glvo me the pleasure of a visit you will he pieas
untly surprised and gratified to find how much better I am
now able to attend to your optical wants. Tbl? optical
establishment ls just a little ahead of this city and in
keeping wth those to be found in larger cities. There ia
no cause for you to leavo Anderson when you desire tho
service of a skilled optometrist whose facilities and equip
ment cannot be excelled anywhere.
It ls an added pleasure for me to tell you that 1 have s
modern lens grinding shop in connection with my optical
while you walt, if yon will bring me the broken pieces,
while you walt, if you will bering mo the broken pieces,
1 am ablo to get out prescription work the same day lt la
received. This eliminates the delay and annoyance of
waiting while your prescription ls Bent out of town.
All the work, from the examination of the eye to the
finished lenses and fitting of glasses is done under my per
sonal supervision. Knowing that tho work ls right, I do
not hesitate to guarantee satisfaction.
Hear me in mind please when I can be of further ser
vice to you.
Yours very truly, '
Dr. M. ?. CAMPBELL,
Louisa S. Hilgenboeker, Asst.
Registered Optometrists,
112 W. Whitner St., Ground FlO?r,
EXCURSION
To Asheville, Waynesville, Hendersonvi?le, Bre
vard, Lake Toxp.way, N. C., and
"LAND OF THE SKY"
Via Blue Ridge Ry. and Southern Ry.
Premier Carrier of the South
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,1915.
From Anderson, Seneca, Greenville, Spartanburg
And all Intermediate Peints.
Excursion tickets will be good on all trellis Wednesday, July 21, 1015. Ex
cursion tickets will be ?nod returning on all regular trains to reach original
starting point by midnight, Monday, July 20,1915. Glorious opportunity for a
t hort st;miner vacation. Enjoy the beauties and thc wonderful scenic environ
ment of tbe mamcuth mountain ifteaks and lakes nod the cool breases that
spread tit cir ?zones from the wooded peaks coming from au altitude of 6JJ6D
feet above nea level. High-class coaches on all trains to accommodate tba
excursionists. For further Information apply to all ticket agents Mouthe ra
Hallway or
w. E. MCGEE, J. H. ANHEUSON, . w. u. TABES,
Asst Gean Pass. Agt, Hu peri ni cn dc nt. Tra v. Pass. A gt,
Columbia, S. c., Anderson, H. C Greenville, 8. C.
tmunity Ltd. State Souvenir
VER SPOONS
F THE INTELLIGENCER-A SPOON FOR
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out This Coupon.
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