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America Is Feeding
The World! Now is the time to farm-more so than at any other time. It matters not whether Cotton is bringing a good price or not. FOODSTUFFS ARE HIGH Why? Because TWEN TY ODD MIL LIONS of men are engaged in War, and all Europe is depending on Amer ica for food. We have tracts of desirable land in any size wanted, and at "live and let live" prices. Quit renting and buy a farm of your own. TERMS TO SUIT YOU J. J. FRETWELL 208 McDuffie Street Phone 54 This is Roofing Time If you want the heaviest coatee GALVANIZED ROOFING SHEETS manufactured, we can meet your re quirements. We have these Sheets ir all styles and lengths. \ Wise purchases enable us to makt prices that will interest you. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO iKftht Road To netter ^Etl&ri j MOlOJRCyOE ACCESOIM^I INDIAN MOTORCYCLES and Hadaohid Bicycles. The bert tire for hard tue ever made. We have the best bargains in Sadies an Pedals that money can buy. All work Guaranteed. GATES fif SMITH If. Wk?taer St. Phone 1? CHICARA BANK Celtoetteis Giren Csreful Attention Ult! VU AU 1 lMimt Ellison A. Smyth, Jo?. A. Hungen?, P?U?r Q f President Cashier. V. R. E. Tcllison, Asst. Cashier. I* a MIT AIT DIM TAM C?P?*l and Surplus $18?M>Ou.oo BANK OF BELTON????r He?? Rattan Q P President, . \. P. ann Cashier, D&IUU, u? V. H. H. Campbell, Asst. Cashier. LYCEUM COMMITTEE MORE TICKETS WILL HAVE TO BE PURCHASED AS GUARANTEE S I X ATTRACTIONS Of thc Highest Class Have Been Booked But Association Must Have More Money to Close. The ladles of tho ('?Ileso associa tlon nre trying to bring to Anderson ( during Ibis winter a number of first class lyceum attractions. They ha\? selected ?ix numbera which promises to bc the best course that citizens of Anderson have ??ver bad the prlvflegs of attending. Tho course costs more than either of their previous courses, bul they have lowered tho price ot season tickets to $;s for doubles, $1.75 for .singles and $1.00 for Behool ami children tickets. At these prices a very large subscription list has to be obtained to cover cost of thc talent. During the past week the ladies have been soliciting patronage. While the people have been <|iilte liberal In subscribing, about one hundred more tickets have to bo subscribed before the ladies have obtained enough to} cover necessary guarantee and they have only a very short time In which to reach *tthat amount. Lovers of music. lectures and dramatic art uhould at once give their subscriptions to tile college or some member of thc association. If one of the ladles can not be seen, telephone Mrs. C. Sullivan, the president or the college in! tell them how manv tickets you ..ill take. This winters treat is to be opened in October with a concert given by tho Lyceum Arts College Orchestra. The L. A. C. In a Chicago Institu tion that prepares professionals for tho lyceum. This orchestra originat ed In the college but this is their third Henson on the road and from the very first they have been a great success, besides thc orchestrai numbers, there will be Instrumental and vocal solos and recitations and vocal quartets. A varied and delightful evenings pro gram . Dr. Claxton, United States commis sioner of education will probably be tho ono of the Carnegie peaco founda tion lecturers selected lo appear In Anderson. Dr. Claxton has a nation al and international reputation and is moreover an orator of ability. No words of pralso are needed to a Southern community regarding Mrs. j Pickett, 'widow of Con. 1'lckett. Ever I nineo sho was "Tho Child Ifride of the j ?.Confederacy" tho Sont Ii has followed her literary and public career willi pride and affection. In late January or early February two world famous grand opera singers will give a joint recital. Mms. Evelyn Scotti ey and Howard White of the Boston grand opera company. Three of four year? ago Mme. Scotncy burst upon a Ttoston audience in a perfor mance of "Lucia." that net that m v;i cal cort er wild. T';ey comnnred 1 .. " to Getrazslnnl mid Melba. K* er sine? she has been Boston's favorite sties* er. Ralph Parlette quietly, left his Ohio newspaper office.fifteen years ago for the lyceum platform. In thean Intervening years ho baa appeared cn nearly every largo and Important courso In the country. He ta !n n class by himself, might call bim nrj entainer or a lecturer. He ls a hum orous philosopher. He makes peo ple laugh and at tho r.anie time gives much food for thought. Has ta bo heard to be appr?ciai. d. In March tho course will be closed by one of tho most minno and po u lar entertainments nof on thc Tat form. Miss Hettie Dunaway will give "The Lady of the Dr ^oration;* a- a costumed monologue to the plan? nc compalnmcnt of Miss Ailee PbP'Or. Miss Dunaway ls a vory handsome vro man of the Southern type, a great ar tist and she has something entirely new to present. Surely no one who reads the good things, thc college ladles want to bring to Anderson this winter will allow ibo ontorprlse to fall down on account of lack of patronage. The college need? this course. Anderson need? it, the sdults need lt. the boys and girls especially need lt. All must help to get this course and that includes the readers of this article. - A Narrow Esr-ipe. "I'll give yon a Hamburg sU-ak." began the kind lady, "If yon'll chop' Here the man darted but o( the yard. "If you'll chop the meat," she con cluded. "Come back if you're hungry, I wouldn't think of asking you to chop wood-Louisville Courier-Journal. The "R" Months are here and so are FRESH OYSTERS Served any Style by chefs who know how-they ought to be prepared. Order Now PIEDMONT CAFE GUS ANT?NAKAS, Prop. mi CORN CLUB STUDENTS HAVE LEFT CLEMSON HAVE BEEN THRERE FOR FAST FOUR WEEKS TAK ING A SHORT COURSE PRIZES OFFERED For Two Best Drilled Boys in the Two Companies-Great Bene fit to Those Attending. Thc ?hort ?ourse given at Clemson college for the winners in the va rious county corn clubs in South Carolina for last year bas come to a close and yesterday morning the seventy-five boys lefl for their homes over tiie state. The short course ha;; Ix'eii a great success, tUl? boys being trained In thc many things that will enable them to be better farmers. While at Clemson thc boys wer'- un der a kind of military discipline and this past week prize drills were held. There were two companies. Company A ami B, and prizes were offered for t :e two best drilled bovs in each bf these four prizes, thor*, was a grand prize for the best drilled boy In both companies. The winners from t'ompany A were Tom Langford. Ja::per county and Wade Jenkins. Lancaster county; from Company B '.hey were Thomas Zeigler of Orangeburg county and Daniel Young of Georgetown, who al so won the grand prihe. The boys were under the direction of Colonel Cummings, commandant and Capt. Duckett. The course given to de corn club boys included a study in "Agricul ture for School and Farm," a book prepared by tho extension division of Clemson College. In this course they studied formation of soil, plants and how they grow, cover crops, summer legumes, diversification and rotation of crops, fertilizers, growth of coton, corn, oats and wheat, feediug farm animals, livestock, and many other things that are of tho most vital Im portant*;:? to tho aggressive farmer. In connection witli this class room worfl. tho boys were given practical illustrations os th? fa-ma at thc col lege. Among tho -boys receiving certifi cates at tho close of the course were: Darlington county- George Hawkins. Ila::sv:.lo; Lonnie Byrd, Society Hill. Chesterfield, comity Byron McMa nus, I'ugeland; Dewey Watsou, Ches ter field. Aiken county-Clyde Clark, Spring field; Gerald Gunter, i'.'idgc Springs, f Chester county-W. Swann Robins, Lowryvllle; Jonas Carpenter. York county-james W. Draff in, Leslie; Agustas Cain, Sharon. EdgcClcld county-Everett Marlong, Johnston.. Dillon county-Boney Cottlnghum, Hamer; Thomas, Pittman, Hamer. Lexington county-Hurley Koon. Columbia; Ben L. Derrick, Chap?n. Barnwell county-Aiken M. Dycher, Blacksville. Charleston county-John Flenimlug, Mt. Pleasant. Lancaster couti'/-J. D. Byrd, Ker shaw; Wade Jen .las, Lancaster. Greenwood lonty-?Penn Quattle baum, Gallison; Henry Beaty Kemp, j Kirhsey. follet?n county-Willie B. Rhodes. Round; Moody H lott, Round. Dorchester county-'Authur Wetsell, Bowman; Arthur Campbell, Ridge ville. Mar icm county-Travis . Godbold, Eui onda. Cherokee county-Poy Brown, Gaff ney ; Ben Wilson, Blavcksburg. Greenville county--Miles Hender son, Jr., Fountain Inn; James Ash more, Simpson ville. Hampton county-John Mason, Gar nett; Obie L. Keffee, Gifford. I Anderson county-Ii, B. Bums. ! Anderson; Frank Thompson, Pendle i ton. ' j HIglns Singleton, Westminister; John Chalmers, Walhalla. ? Richland county--J. C. Byrd, Blyotbwood; J. E. Monts, Blythe wood. Leo County-Eugene Parnell, Lam ar; Luciene Mathis, Lamar. Abbeville county-Adger Pace, An tr?vllle; Lee Blanchot, Abfboville. . .t?partanburg county-Charlie Sn 1th. Grumbling. Orlangeburg county-Loon Blower, Cardova; Tom Zelgler, Cope. (Bamberg county-'Frankie Fall, Govan; Gilmore Lancaster, Gottan. Fairfield county-James Willing ham, Wlnusboro; Byron Willingham, Wlnnsboro. Clarendon county-Willie Young, Alcolu; Neal Hodge, Manning. ' Beaufort county-Ronald Brunson, Beaufort; M. Horry Tripp, Ridge land. Georgetown county-James irvin Fulton, Georgetown; Daniel J. Young, Yauhannah. Plckens county-Aaron D. Mann, Plckens; Farman Davis. Central. Jasper county-Tcsn Langford, GII lisonvUle; Charlie McKenzie. Tillman. Horry country -Julius Cooper, Gal livants Feriry; Harvey ? W. Fowler. Loris. Newberry county-Jailer Wesslnger, Prosperity; Carroll f ease Mills, Pros oerlty. Kershaw county-?fobert Mccaskill, Bethune; Rohct Pate. Lucknow. Sumter county-Wesley McCoy. May csv i lie; I" kbard Wells, Sumter. Calhoun comity--Leslie Johnson, Jambon, Marlon Wise, Ft. Motte. Union countv-Dowey Gallman, Union. Florence county-IJCOSM?;? Love. Fir *ence; C. C. Matthews. Florence. - Williamsburg county-Willi* H. Smith. Bloonilngyale. Laurens county- Scott Georg* Laurens; Furman Thompson, Gray Court. Hats That are the last word in fashion's decree are in and ready for your inspection and selection. They are the classiest, nobbiest, best-looking head-piece you ever saw. Either Soft or Stiff and of course their name is STETSON Parker & Bolt "Thc One Price Clothier." Anderson's Most Beautiful Suh~Division Do You Ever Intend To Own Your Own Home? You Owe it to Yourself and Your Family. Look at Lots in North Anderson Every Lot a Bargain. Within one mile of the business section of the-city, less than twenty minutes walk. Every utility installed, the,lots are large and properly graded. Every city advantage, without the city taxes. Out of the city rush, and not quite into the country hush. By Fan the Best Residential Section Ih or Near Anderson. There have already been enough residences built in North Ander son to insure its success as ? residential section; and witri the "Profit Sharing" proposition this sub-division is simpiy bound to come to the front. Just as soon as this. War is over, there will be a Big Rush to get lots in*North Anderson. You know that you are going to buy out there, so why not do it NOW, before the RUSH-and. get the lot YOU want. Build Your Home Out of the Noise Zone And iii the Pure Ozone. See or Phone John Linley or 'Gene Watton Phones 647, 93<V 310. OLD TiltS CORAL JEWELRY AR Said to Be Fast Censing Back Sato Yogo*. In conversai ion with Mr. Babb ot the firm ot Marchbanka & Babb the other dav Mr. Babb stated that the old time coral Jewelry waa coming bach into vogue again; that th ay had l? val Mero? and other neck piece? of <rcd and .pink coral that would prove Terr popular thia fall. Mr. Babb also ?bowed The Intelligencer man a Wedgewood cameo that he said waa a very new thing In jewelry, an i a very pretty one, too. Mr. Babb was rory enthusiastic over that he considers the outlook for the fall and winter busi ness > Th? progressive firm ?isa s very pretty display of hand-painted chlnn in tbclr windon that ls painted by the well-known firm of Stocffu! of Chicago. The gold decoration? aro said to be twenty-two karat gold, sad burned In so t&at lt -will never wash ott. The display ta well worth while seeing. Mir. Saht? Waa showing these pretty tilings to the newspaper maa, not with any hope ot Belling him, not with any hops ot s?Muig the newspaper* have mat t&jjf?BR war? '*e was simply enthusiastic about some of his nsw purchases for fal).