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REMEMBER
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GREAT AUCTION SALE OF HALL PROPERTY
Near ORR MILL 10:30 This Morning
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H
POR
BOYS
We know what a prob
lem it is for parents to
keep the boy in clothes
during vacation, so we
have reduced all of our
$4/0 Genuine Palm
Beach Suits to
$2.50
We only have a few, so
bring the boy in and ex
amine these suits. They
are wonderful values for
the money, ,
T. L. Cely
Company
On the Square
Wear""
"o?anse
fro S&y
I ' &ronf ?(geed Corsets
Fitted perfectly hy oar cometiere
93.60 to $12.50
.Mrs. B, Graves Boyd
RIA
For Infants and Children
lu UM For Over 30 Years
Always bears
i the
Signature of
P?sXOUR^OW
y "Onyx"%
jj Gives tb* BEST VA]
?* fesrys^fcestCsttsaasSafr 1
Any Color and Styb From
Look for ?IM Trade Stark!
Wholesale Lord &
IN YOUR HOME
The Heating and Plumbing systems
you consider the good health, the eomfor
Oar Plumbing ls the Quality Rind th
luxuriousness and good designing ot the
Gel ear Estimates.
GLENN PLUMB!!
?THE PLUMB 600
Itt "VT. Benson Si. (Iiader Maplo^aan)
MEDICAL SOCIETY
MONTHLY MEETING
WAS HELD YESTERDAY AT
COUNTY HOSPITAL 12
O'CLOCK
FULL ATTENDANCE
Papers Were Read by Dra. WU*
hite, Watson and J. C.
Harris.
The monthly meeting of the Ander
son county medical society was held
yesterday at 12 o'clock at tSie hospi
tal aud the attendance was large.
These meetings are held once every
month and are always very beneficial
to the physicians who attend. Dr.
B. A. Henry of this city is president
of the society.
Three papers were read yesterday,
one by Dr. J. O. Wllhite ,one by
Dr. J. E. Watson and the other by
Dr. J. C. Harris.
The subject of Dr. Wilhlte's paper
was "Summer Disease of Children."'
and proved very interesting as well as
Instructive. He brought before tho
attending doctors some facts about the
disease and some things that he had |
learned in his practice.
Dr. J. E. Watson's paper was on j
the "Prevention/of Summer Disease of '
Children," and was also very instruc-.
tlve. Dr. Watson has given much ?
time and study to the treatment of
children and his paper yesterday re
flected mach credit on himself.
Dr. J. C. Harris next read a pa
per on "Empyoma of the Lungs.
This was one of the most Interesting
papers that had been read before the
society in some time.
Among the doctors attending were:
Doctors B. A. Henry, J. C. Harris,
JJ. J. and Carl Sanders, Ross, Wade
Thompson. J. R. Young. J. O. WU-'I
hite. J. E. Watson, H. A. Pruitt. 1
Olga Pruitt, CH. IVrton of Iva, Todd
of Belton and Hobson of Town ville.
Preaching nt Trinity Church.
The Rev. Fred Harris will preach
at Trinity church next Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock.
"Go to tho Ant thoa
sluggard; consider ber
ways, and be wise.*'
"A lesson from na
ture."
Are joa preparing
BOW for the fatare I
Systematic deposits
aaa quarterly Interest
provide a fund fer ad
versity.
The Savings Depart
meat af
Tke
Balik of Anderson
The strongest bank
in the county.
N? SHOPPING
I
LUE for Your Money
For Barn, Weasa sol CUirsa
i 25c to $S.??? per pair
SobS by AH Good
Taylor
KKW YORK
should be of the first importance'If
t and the convenience of your far illy
at adda to the house beautiful by the
fixtures.
Jobklag a Specialty.
NG COMPANY
D FLUMBCBS"
FM OH E Mt
MAN ARRESTED
ON SUSPICION
May be Man That is Wanted bs
Atlanta Police for Highway
Robbery.
The police authorities yesterday ar
rested a white roan who gives ?iib
name as Charlie Bakewood, and he is
being held on suspicion, charged wJth
highway robbery in Atlanta. Cards
bearing a likeness of thc man wanto-J
in Atlanta and a detailed description
have been sent out all over thc coun
try and he compares very favorably
with them.
ile deal os that he is the man wanted
in Atlanta and he'har, also been Identi
fied by two local men as Charlie Hake
wood, who say that lie is the wrongfi
man. However as the likeness to the
picture is so great, and his story and
that of the other two men does not
exactly agree. Kc will bc held until an
investigation ls made.
4> *
? TESTE RD AT'S RESULTS, ?
4> *
National League.
At Boston 1; Cincinnati 2.
At Philadelphia 1; Chicago 0; five
innings, rain.
At New York-St. Louis, rain.
At Brooklyn-Pittsburgh, rain.
American League.
At St. Louis 2; Boston 4.
At Detroit 3; Philadelphia 4.
Only two scheduled.
Federal League.
At St. Louis 0; Baltimore 7.
At Cli ?caKO 0; Brooklyn 4.
At Chicago 8; Brooklyn 9; second
game seven innings.
No others scheduled.
Souther a League.
At Atlanta 1; Nashville 0.
At Allanta 1; Nashville 3; both
games seven ttnulngs.
At irmingham 1; Little Kock 6.
.- At Now Orleans 2; Memphis 4.
At Mobile 3; Chattanooga 1.
South Atlantic Post Season Champion
ship.
At Macon 4; Columbus 4; called at
the end of tenth on account of dark
ness.
Longfellow's Daughter Dead.
Lancaster. Mass., July 21.-Mrs.
Richard M. Dana, daughter of tho
poet Longfellow, died here today.
Be sal Ia in Tow.
Durban, South Africa, July 21.-The
steamer Benalla, reported afire in the
Indian Ocean, ia en route hore con
voyed by tho steamer Otaki.
Elev?n Drowned In Ohio.
Lima, Ohio. July 21.-F.vjports from
Kenton say eleven farm laborers are
believed to have been drowned In-the
flooded section. The canoe they at
tempted to escape in was found cap
sized.
Kaiser Didn't Predict End.
Berlin, July 21.-The Tagleblatt
stamps the statement attributed to
Emperor William that the war will
end in October as **a plain invention."
li says that competent official circles
know nothing of such a declaration.
-;
Rumania May Eater Sena.
'Paris, July 21.-A persistent ru
mor is current here Chat Germany
and Austria have united in sending
s note to Rumania demanding free
passage through Rumania for muni"
lions to Turkey.
The note is said to he practically
sn ultimatum.
Condensed Passenger Schedule.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY
Effective June 6, 1*15.
ANDERSON:
Arrivals
IO. St.7:35 A. M
Ta 83. .. . 9:36 A. M.
lo. 35.11:40 A. M.
to. 37.1:10 P. M.
'a. 3?.3:40 P. M.
to. 41.6:00 P. M.
to. 43... 6:60 P. M
Ia 45. .. ..10:20 P. M.
'Departures
Fa M.6:26 A. M.
io. 32.o 8:25 A. M. i fl
to. 34.10:30 A. M.
?o. 3?. .12:10 P. M.
to. S3... .. .. 2:30 P. IL
fa 40.. 4:60 P. M.
to. 42. 6:40 P. M.
to. 44..9:16 P. M.
a 8. ALLEN.
Traine Manager.
CITY WILL USE ROAD SCRAPE
AND FORCE OF
HANDS
ARE IN BAND SHAPE
Heavy Rain? of Few Weeks Ago
Washed Them Rather
Badly.
Mayor Godfrey stated yesterday af
ternoon that City Engineer Sanders
had been instructed to stop the work
on tho streets wtf'.tch. are to he per
manently improved and have the oth
er streets of the city worked. Aa
ls known, a force of hands have been
busy for the past several weeks put
ting down cement drains and curbing
preparatory to the street paving and
that owing to this work on the other
streets had been somewhat neglect
ed.
With the main streets of the city
being torn up because of tho perma
nent street improvements, and the
other streets geting in n bad condi
tion, many complaints were being
made. Very little work bas boen
done on tho streets that are not to bo
paved since the 'heavy rains a few
weeks ago, which washed them up
considerably ' and some of them in
some places are almost impassable,
especially for automobiles.
The city will borrow one of the
county's road scrapes and with a forco
of hands will within the next few days
baye the streets, which are not to be
permanently improved in fine shape.
NE WMERCHANt
TO LOCATE HERE
The store room ot G. H. Bailes on
tho eastern side ot the square which
was recently occupied by Bailey's five
and ten cent More, is being remodeled
on *ue inside and within a few days
will be occupied by Mr. Anderson of
Newberry who willi carry a complote
and up-to-date Uno of merchandise.
New shelves are being put in the
store and it will oe fixed up in gen
eral. Mr. Anderson s an experienced
mercantile man and no doubt he will
build up a large trade here.
DR. (J LY.II I'll INJURED
Ulam Be Fell Down Steps to Office
Yesterday Afternoon.
Dr. McGreery Qlymn. a local opto
metrist, was rather badly Injured yes
terday afternoon about 3 o'clock when
ho fell down the steps leading to hts
office over Evans' pharmacy No. 2.
Dr. Gtyroph was starting to descent
the steps when be tell head foremost.
His bead struck the wall and sidewalk
and was severely bruised. It was ni
uo badly cut in one place. As s re
sult of the fall Dr. (? lymph was un
conscious for a few minutes and ho
was taken to a drug store and re
vived. Later he was taken to a phy
sician's office and Ms wounds dress
ed, one stitch being taken in ?he wound
in his head. Afterwards he was tak
an to his home.
CraytonvUle Picnic.
The CraytonvUle annual picnic will
take place this year August the lltb,
in the grove st H. L. Cox's arr e.
The speakers for the day - Ml bo
Hon. R. A. Cooper and sever oth
a's.
The music will he furnished ny one
~- Uie best bands.
Everybody ls cordially invited to
com? and bring well filled baskets.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
TO BUY GOOD LAND
Big Auction Sale ta to Be Held To
day-Land Must Ba Sold
At Any Price.
Hon. E. P. McCarvey af tSasley,
author ot the McCrsvey compulsory
education bill In tho legislature, will
come this morning to cry the sale of
the Hali land near the City which
Jen. M. L. Bonham ls having Ute
Anderson Real Estate ft Investment
Company to sell Thursday morning
it 10:3ft o'clock.
Mr. McCarvey ls a live wire- and ls |
il ways entertaining. The bend is ad
vertised to leave the square at 10
Vclock. QuKe a lot interest Iv being
nsnlfested In this sale. The boys
round town who are always on the
ookoet ti* bargains are going to be
here. Get a Plat from the office of
Anderson Real Bistate A Investment
Company and ace how' the 'lota are
mt. You Csgkt want to forget this
bing. There la a ebonee here If we
ire not mistaken to make som?, good,
nosey.-Adv.
ST. JOHN'S CLASS
WELL REPRESENTED
And Outnumbered all Others in
Grand Parade in Spartan
burg on Tuesday.
At tho Wesley Bible Class F?dera
tion in Spartanburg Tuesday the class
at St. John's Methodist church Sunday
school carried off the honors in that
it had more men in the parade than
any other Sunday school, including
those tn Spartanburg. The Ladies'
Wesley class at this church was also
well represented.
The special train for the members of
the classes in this city over the Blue
Hidgo railway returned to Anderson
yesterday morning at 1:30.
Loses Fine Cow.
Mr. Lee W. Campbell, who lives
above Pearcctown, lost a very valua
ble cow yesterday afternoon. Ow
ing to the fact that another cow in
the same neighborhood died recently,
and that this one dlod very suddenly
yesterday afternoon, a veterinary sur
geon will go there this morning to
make an investigation. It ?B thought
that probably the cows had black
HOW '?' HELPS
SHE,JP FEET
Good-bye BOTH feet, burning feet, swol
len feet, sw??aty feet, smelling feet, tired
feet. '
Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions an 1
raw sputa. Ko
more Bhoe tight
nm, no inure
limping with
pain or drawing
up your fare in
agtaiy. "HZ" ii
ll Ul;; ?ral. acts
right off. "HZ"
draws out nil tho
poisonous exuda
tions Which jiu If
np tim fret, line
"TIZ" and for
get your foot misery. Ali t Imw com
fortable your feot fool. Get a 2!? cent
twx of "TIZ" .tow at any druggist or
department ?lore. Don't sulfer. Havt
good feet, glad feet, feet tllitt nevei
swell, never hurt; never pot timi. A
year's foot comfort guaranteed tu
money refunded.
THRIFT
If thrift does not come natural io you, cultivate it. Realize
the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is a capi
talist.
We earnestly urge you to open an account with this bank
for any sum. Either a Checking or a Savings account, in ad
dition to being convenient encourages you not to use your
money except in a wise way.
The prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yo*
prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the business and industrial
world may later on deprive you of your present measure of
prosperity.
We Pay Interest On Deposits.
PEOPLES BANK OF ANDERSON
Screen Door and Window Bargains
Closing Out Stock at Cost
SCREEN DOORS.
REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE
$1.00 $0.69
1.10 .71
1.50 .96
1.7S 1.17
2.00 1.25
SCREEN WINDOWS.
REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE
$0.35 $0.22
.45 .25
.50 .31
.60 .35
You should take advantage of thu oppor
tunity to get these goods at these greatly re
duced prices.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Tire
Don't start on that vacation
trip without first potting on
tires.
TODD AUTO SHOP
Opposite The Palmetto
N.Main
Oneida Community Ltd. State Souvenir
SILVER SPOONS
FOR READERS OF THE INTELLIGENCER-A' SPOON FOR
EVERY STATE.
Every Spoon Fully Guaranteed by
The Oneida Community, Ltd.
15 c.
If you have not already started a set, begin today. Clip a coupon
from The Intelligencer. You can redeem it at The Intelligencer
Office.
"-1-~
Souvenir Spoon Cou
pon
Thia coupon, when pre
sented with inc (or by mall
20c), good for one State Sou
venir Spoon. If ordering by
mall, address Spoon Depart
ment, The Intelligencer, An
derson, 8. C, ,
No Spoon sold at Any Price With
out This Coupon.
4 States Now Ready :
SOUTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA,
DELAWARE and ALABAMA
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