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NOW FOR THE HOI^flF RUN Discriminatin& buyers appreciate the bar
I ?- - gains we are giving. We are glad to give to those who appreciate it. We are now offering many articles for less than half the former price. Many merchants are taking ad vantage of this sale. No lying or humbuging about it-WE ARE SELLING OUT. MUST VACATE THE 31st. OSBORNE & PEARSON PUBLIC SQUARE . ANDERSON, S. C. ' ' . _ OTHER PRIZES GIVEN IN THE BIG CONTEST Four Other Leading Candidates Will bc Awarded Valuable Articles. Four contestants tn Hie cigarette coupon motorcycle contes! which was recently put on in this city were made hap?y iyoV??;-day when they re ceived nert's that tiley would also bc awarded .prct?S.' It will he, remembered that Mr.! Forman tioef ? itfoii the motorcycle flitch was oiTered, he having re ceived thu largest number of votes. He was awardud tho machine yester day. Four other leading contestant? were: Messrs. J. Olin Handers, H. W. Bowen, I*jiig and Jackson. Lig gett and Meyers Tobacco company yesterday announced that thc tint two of the above contestants would ench receive an Indiuu motorcycle and that the latter two would receive Columbia grafanolas. Mr. W. J. King, division manager of the company waB in the city yes terday and ho mated that this was done because fie contest hud taken on such proportions and these men had worked so li a rd. lie stated that the company considered (hi-, the most nun '.ul contest that had ever been conducted in the south. Tho motorcycles and tho grafanolas have been shipped and are expected to reach Anderson within the next few day8. * H.H. Rosenberg j TAILOR FOR MEN 134 North Main EXPERT KODAK FINISHING Devi-loping and printing done tty artist*. Mott beautiful work guaranteed at all time*. Satisfaction Or No Charga. Developing, 10c Per Film. Printing. Prims 2 1.4x3 1.4. 3c: 2 1-2x4 1.4, ic; I 1.4x5 1.2, 6c Quick delivery. Berni one him to teat our ?enrice. AGENTS WANTED LIGON DRUG <\, Spartanburg, S. .C. 4 +*+?????+++?*?*?****< ? < ? CHEDDAR NEWS. < ? < ????????????????????? HI Revival services began at this plact on last I>'rlday night and will continu* through this week. Kev McCuen ls be lng ably assisted by Rev. Crawford pastor of First Baptist church of Pel zer. We are glad to have all wh( wisli io attend these meetings. Miss Cleo Cox and brother of White field npent Wednesday at the home o: Miss Stoddard Bruce, j Misses Lola Copeland and Annh Breazeale spent last week in Easlcy j Misa Jellie Thompson of Green wood arrived in Cheddar tills weel and will make her home with' hoi father. Mr. Tandy Thompson, win came here a short willie ago. Th?? friends, of Miss Lydia Mo il rogo ry and Mr. Edgar Kelley wer? surprised to hear of their marriage on yesterday. The bride ls the oldest (laughter of Mr. Thomas Mcf?regorj of this placo and ls a very icvubl? j young girl. The groom is an indus trions young business man of Pelzet and has many friends here who wisl: iiiui and his bride a happy successful life. Misses May Arnold of Greenville Maggie Wright and Frances White ol Belton, and Messrs. Rufus Shirley Will Kay and Jeter ' Armstrong ol Belton were guests at'the home ol Mr. J. J. Copeland sunday. Mr. Willis Johnson of Ware Shoals is in Cheddar this Week,. Mr. Larry Campbell and MIBS Ruby Hlotl of 'Whitefield were guests ol Mass Madge Mahafl'ey Tuesday. Mr. E. W. Lollls of Honea Path is attending services herc this week. iSallie May. the little two weelu old baby of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Busby died on Monday afternoon and was burled at Cedar Grove on the follow ing day. The little one lived just long enough for 'thc parents to learn to love it dearly and then God took it to live in'the Beautiful city with mm. ; WANTED-ISSUES OF SEMI-WEEK LY INTELLIGENCER OF MAI ?1ST AND MAY ?ST?, BRING OE MAIL TO INTELLIGENCER OF FICE AT ONCE. "JOSIAH'S COURTSHIP." Force Corned v at Union School House Friday Night. "Josiah's Courtship," A farce com edy in four acts, Will be played at Union sci un) i house, Friday night, August 13, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. A sinai! admission will be charged. PASTORS ABE PLEASED WI1H CLEMSON COURSE SEND OUT LETTER URGING RURAL PREACHERS TO ATTEND 200 STUDENTS President and They are Making n Good Showing-Very Instruc tive Work Done. T?e ministers who are attending tho summer school at Clemson College are so thoroughly impressed with the viilue of the course to thc country ministers that they have written a let ter urging that other ministers come to the college for the course. The letter follows: '.Having accepted thc invitation of Mr. W. W. Long, head of t'.ie exten sion division of Clemson College, and Kev. W. H. Mills, spec ia! collabora tor lu country church work, to attend the summer school of Clemson Col lege offering a special course to pas tors of rural churches we would call the attention of pastors throughout the state to sumo important facts: the gronds of the college arc beautiful, the climate superb, and ? every ar rangement has been made for thc comfort of the pastors, as weil as for the farmers and the corn club boys now in attendance. The more than two hundred students now present, while not so.much in evidence as the large cadet student body, are a hen) thy and enthusiastic body of men and boys. ' Already we have been carried into new fields of thought and investi gation which of necessity must in crease the usefullness and efficiency of ths earnest pastor. "There is no thought of minimizing in any particular the primary pur pose of tho ministry of bringing men into the knowledge of the truth as it ls m Jesus Christ, but, Inasmuch as physical mon are,living in a physical world we recognise the fact that the field Xor our services is a larger one than we have realized in thc past. To say that we haVo been pleased with the course so far is to put it mildly, and we would earnestly urge that the pastors of the country churches take advantage of thc op portunity and spend at least one week here; "G. W. Davis. "P. A. Murray, "T. W. Malphrus, "D.H. Everett. "J. A. White. "J. W. Walling, I "L. H. Gardner, "P. H. Itussoy, "S. C. Morris. - "J. D. HugglP?. Look How ( Stand Thi CONTEST UNDERWENT FEw! CHANGES ON THIRD DAY V,; ; i ... . - CLOSES ? TUESDAY Announcement of Winner Will be Made in Sunday's Paper, Au gust 12, With Picture. *?**+*+++++++++*+**** ? ? STANDING Of CANDIDATES ? ? - + * MIBS Rosamond Hurdlne.2.1H0 * + Miss Lon Ellin I.lgou. . .2.010 * ? Miss Frances Tri obie_1,050 + * Miss Carrie Fretwcll_ 590 * + Miss Lola Dell Ramsey.. 220 * * + Yes, yesterday was also another big day in the voting contest. The pret tiest young lady is aoon to be select ed to represent Anderson county in thc state-wldo contest to select tho most beautiful kiri In South Curolina who will be crowned "Queen" of the : I cou ? T?HS COUPON IS GOOD $ MISS v.:!:.:.:,. t . in '.? x . whom I consider the most beaut ? who have been nominated for the % for Anderson county in the Slate + for the Harvest Jubilee. ..?*+*++***?++?+***++++** ? * * STANDING OF THC CLUBS. + 4> ? ?H?tvfvm?v*f*?*v ? ? * Southern Won. Lost. P. C. New Orleans. CG 45 691 Birmingham. 58 51 532 Nuuhvlllo. 60 53 531 Mcmphts. 63 49 563 Chattanooga. 47 62 431 Atlanta..52 56 4SI Mobil? .... .... 51 59 464 Little Rock 45 66 406 American. Won. Lost. P. CL Boston. CG 35 653 Detroit. 64 39 . 622 Chicago. 62 40 608 Washington. 54 49 524 Now York. 49 50 495 Cleveland.30 6* 390 St.. Louie. 39 64 379 Philadelphia ..... 33 69 324 NatlonaL Won. Lost- P. C Philadelphia. 53 45 541 Brooklyn '. 64 60 519 Pittsburgh. 52 49 515 Chicago. 52 49 615 Boston. 52 50 610 New York. 49 49 500 St. Louis. 49 67 462 Cincinnati. 43 57 430 FeeeraL Won. Lost. F.C Chicago-. 60 45 671 Newark. 58 46 558 Kansas City. 58 46 658 Pittsburgh. 56 45 654 St Louis .. ..... 58 47 644 Brooklyn. 48 60 444 Buffalo. 47 61 436 Baltimore. 36 68 846 THE WOODMEN PICNIC. Will Be Held At Clemson College August se. There scorns to be some misunder standing In regard to the correct dato for the big Woodmen picnic which ls to be held at Clemson College. This picnic will be held on August 26, and promises to bo one : of the largest gatherings of Woodmen that has ever been held in thin section of the mate. Members or nil cauvi are request ed to attond and bring well flited baskets. Thc Blue Ridge railway will operate a special train leaving Bel ton at a convenient boar to carry all who wish to attend from points atong the line. On the return trip the train will stop at Pendleton to allow the Wood men and their friends witness aa un veiling ceremony by tbs local camp and all are invited to take part. Candidates is Morning! Hervest Jubilee or Mardi Gras, which will he held in Columbia this full during the state fair, October 2.V3U inclusivo. It is really surprising to see how much Interest ?B belau shown in this contest and how various friends and admirers of the candidates are work ing for the coupons which entitle them to 10 votes each. Many called at The Intelligencer office yesterday and placed their coupons in tho ballot box. k Including today, there arc only live more days until the contest closes, which will be midnight on Tuesday, August 17. As all know, Tlu In telligencer is not published on Mondny mornings so in reality there are only four more days when coupons will be available. Now ts the tlmu to clip the counous and now is tho time to vote them. No candidate can receive too many. The better the otart, tito bette* the finish. After the contest closes The Intelligencer' will get throe disin terested men to count and tnbulnte tho votes as were made from day to day ( ?this being done to he absolutely sure that wo have not made a mistake and also to warrant that thc contest is positively on thc Bquare. Clip tho coupon below. Write thc name of the most beautiful girl lu tho contest ou it, and mail or send it to Tho Intelligencer. + PON FOB TEN VOTES FOB Ifni one of thc eight candidates J contest to select a representative + ?wide contest to name a ''queen" * I ? YESTERDAY'S BESULT8. ? ***d*+*+*+*+#???**?*** National League. At St. Louis 3; Chicago 6. At Pittsburgh 4; New York 0. No others scheduled. . American League. At New York 4; Cleveland 6. At Hosten 4; Ht. Louis 0. Others postponed, rain. Federal League. At Brooklyn 8; Kansas City 2; twelve innings. At Ne?ark 1; Chicago 2. Others postponed, rain. Southern League. At Little Hock 4; Memphis 9. At Little Hock 4; Memphis 5; sec ond game seven innings.? At Birmingham 0; New Or leant- 8. At Chattanooga G; Nash vii lo 1. At Atlanta 0; Mobile 6. Anderson HUI Wea. Tho Anderson Mill baseball team defeated tho Brogon team yesterday afternoon by the score of 7 to G. Batteries: Anderson: Dovers and Gunter; Brogon, Hilliard and Hall. Natural Mistake. Officer ?66-Well, what't the trou ble? Flatterer-No trouble at all. - Officer 666-Then what did you call me for? Flatterer-I didn't call you. Officer 666-I distinctly heard a policeman's Tattle. Flatterer-You were ' mistaken, that's all. Officer 666-Mistake? Flatterer-Yes. I was winding m jr dollar watch.-Youngstown Tele gram. At The Game. She-Ob, goody, goody! ; The pitcher'! hit him at last! Does that win tbe gamo now?--Penn State Froth. Brakeman Wa" Cared. : F. A. Wootsoy, a railroad brakeman of Jacksonville, Texas, writes: "I was .down with kidney trouble and rheumatism so bad I could hardly get up when I sst down. I bsd a back ache all the time and was Imost tired of living. I saw Foley Klduek Pilla advertised. I took some and after a short time I was '. thoroughly cured sod am having no more trouble." They act promptly an** help kidneys throw poisonous waste products out of the blood. Thousands have writ ten similar letters. Sold everywhere. DH. KIN A HD TO SPEAK. ?il! Address ('onercgiitfon in Peu dicton Sunday. Dr. .tat?es P. Kinanl. president of Anderson Cottage stated1 yesterday morning that lie would go to Pendi?* ton on Sunday to make an address in thc Baptist church there. It wuH .Btated in yesterday's paper that Mr. Fred M. Burnett would inuku address there hut Dr. K nrd states that hu is going to nii..?e a change, going to Pendleton himself and cav ing Mr. Bu met go to lebanon. He-I gueBs I'll go now. She-One should neve.- guess; ono rhould always bo sure.-Mlehlguu Gargoyle._ STC* CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Relieves Head-Colds at Once. If your nostrils aro clogged and your head is stuffed und you breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, Just get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at. any drug store. Apply a lit tle of this fragrant, antlspetlc cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air passage ot yous hear, soothing and healing the inflam ed, swollen mucous membrane and you get instant relief. Ah! how good it fctilB. Your nos trils aro open, your head is clear, no more hawking, snufliing, blowing; no more headache, dryness or struggling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is Just what sufferers from head colds and catarrh need. It's a delight. The compounding of a prescrip tion we regard asVmatter of most serious importance,',,;'%?,. We use n?Hiin?'but tti? highes^ Quality of Drugs willah have an swered certain standard tests. As in drugs-everything else in the way of medicines-proprie-? tary remedies tmd toilet necessities are of the same high standard of Quality. Highest Qaulity-Lowest Price; -together with prompt, efficient, polite service is. our motto. Get the habit of coming to the; Quality Drug Store for your every need. W. E. ATKINSON Proprietor ii A Select School For Your ?Boy Number Limited to Fifteen Small Classes Individua) Instruction il*. >j}t nfl Thorough and Painstaking Work . Rates 'Very Reasonable Address Principal Fraser Fitting School Anderson, S. C. VISIT TALLULAH FALLS, ?? EXCURSION h SOUTHERNRAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Friday, August 20th, 1915 The First Excursion to TuUuIah Falls, Ga., the Beautiful Garden Spot of Georgia from Greenville, Anderson, Westminster and Intermediate Points. Extremely Low Round Trip Fares SPECIAL TRAIN Leave Schedule Bates fin-em Hie.8:15 A. M..,...$?00 Pasley ....8:45 A. M. &0? Liberty.8:57 A. M..-.-. M? Norris.9:05 A.M.. 1.75 Calhoun.?:17 A. M. . Anderson.8:05 A. KU.. Denver. .8:28 A. M.... ?JM> Sandy Springs. ... 8J28 A? M.. 1.76 Pendleton....8*9? A. M..... 1.7* Seneca.5... .??*? A. M.. l^C, Westminster.9:55 A. M.. LS*. Arrive Tallulah Falls 12.10 noon. RETURNING: Special train will leave Tallulah Falb at 6:30 P. rVi. August 20. Tickets wfU alas be geed returning all trains due to arrive at starting point ant later than m Ids lebt et August 23rd. Except tickets will not be. good from Cornella on No. SS. This ts year first opportunity tn visit Tallulah Palls and nearby points of interest such SH Clayton, Mountain City and Franklin. The Falls ef the Tallulah Hiver, down the successive stages ef which the waters pings to a depth of four hundred feet lr a single mlle and the marve lens eha*m which they bare cnt through the bedrock of the Georgia spur of the Blue Hountaies constitute one of the see sic wonders of America. You should see thc wonderful power development which does not detract from the natural scenic beauty but adds greatly to the ottraeOreyrs? of the place. ? -JU for further Information rall on your agent, er romamr'rate with J. lt ANDERSON, Superintendent, W. R. TABEB, T. P. A., Andersen, 8 C Greenville, 8. C. >V. E. McGEE, A. G. F. A. Columbia, 8, C. _j SULLIVAN IMiU>WARE CO. * Anderson, S. C. :-: Belton, S. C.