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Rasor's 'Tonsorial Parlors
Including the BEAUTY PARLOR Now in Full Operation MISS GEORGIA HONEA Graduate of Mme. Clayton's Beauty Parlors of Atlanta In Chiropody, Manicuring, Hairdressing, Shampooing and Massaging. Engagements by Appointment Mrs. W. E. Raysor b> Charge. Phone 405. Ladies Entrance From the Lobby of the Ligon & Ledbctter Building. When you are sell ing your cotton it is a good plan to deposit your money in the Farmers and Merchants Bank, or the Farmers Loan and Trust Company. It does not mat ter who buys your cotton or what bank they give you a check on, bring your check to us for deposit,-if it stays with us three months we will pay you interest on it. And then you will have a claim on us when you want to borrow money. ; H; $ ! If you favor us, we will favor you. . J. I. BROWNLEE, Cashier. October Weddings Wedding Gifts of good jewelry, cdt glass or sil verware arc always acceptable and in good taste. If you are considering such a gift you can do no better than to make your purchase here. We shall be glad to show you a collection of ar ticles that any bride would be proud to receive and display. And tne range of prices is such that you may spend just ? hat you please. Marchbanks & Babb Reliable Jewelers. HIGH-GRADE ADVERTISING SERVICE The ad annealing in this issue of the well known finn of B. O. Evans db Co. is so classy and far above the ads usually found in a newspaper in any city, other than Chicago, St. Louis or New York thal tho Ad Man is bound to call partic ular attention to it. To get right down to cases, this Ad Man never saw any newspaper ar*-J- hising attempt to give the reader the color and texture of the fabric as this ad of Evans A Co. does. We haye seen this sort of adverising ia catalogues, and in serfs, but never in newspapers, and it deserves special men tion. It strikes ns that a person, firm or corporation that will go to this extra expense and trouble to give meir patrons, and the pu Mic in general, a better conception of what they have to offer them for their money ia painstaking in their ad? verttatng; and the readers of this advertises* are bound to conclude that such a concern is up-to-date and particular in all branches of their business; a conclusion that will do any concern good that is catering to particular people. ~-'JLxJ.l.X. . Saneen, the Ad atan. FINAL PREPARATIONS FOR THE CENTENNIAL MEETING OF FARMERS' SO CIETY HELD IN PEN DLETON WILL BEGIN OCT. 12 And Will Continue Through the 14-President Southern Rail way Will Make Address. Writing to tho Intelligencer Col. J. C. Strlbling of Pendleton says: At a meeting of Pendleton Farm era* society held here Saturday af ternoon 35 or 40 names were added to Wie active memherHhlp roll for our centennial yeur, and ll names on our life membership roll. Practically ull committee members are now on their Jobn lr the various departments, and if efficiency of com mitteemen, full program of distin guished speakers, strength In finance and a large roll of substantial mem bers count for anything, ii rousing, successful centennial celebration of this society October 13-14, inclusive, is an assured fact. Mr. Fairfax Harrison, president of the Southern raliway, who IIOB for some time been arranging a postpone ment of a meeting of the railway's board of directors in New York City, because the date conflicted wi til the dates of the society centennial cele bration, has advised the officials of tho society that he will be pleased to speak at Pendleton October 13th and at Clemson college October 14th. Miss Janie Carlington, canning demonstrator, and the tomato clubs, will be given prominent places on the program, and will probably be al lotted a room in the farmers' hall for exhibits and lectures. The last proposition-the centen nial celebration pared, which bids fair to be the most Interesting fea ture of the celebration, engaged the attention of the society Saturday af ternoon for a considerable time. It was shown that a creditable exhibit, representing ali stages of progress ot farm lifo from 1815 to date Is in alght excepting thc 10 Indians in (Meir native costumes to lead the parado. Under the law the Southern rail way cannot furnish free transporta tion, but will furnish special rates for theso Indians as soon as the society can make arrangements w 1th them for their coming to take part in the celebration. A new member from south Florida writes that if we cannot got fiat large nose, root breaker, razor back hog with wattles on his jaws In Caro lina that he would shin one to Pou ?d le ton from down there. MEETING. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Pendleton Farmers Society Will Be Held on Thursday, Sept 30. An important meeting of tho exe cutive committee of fte Pendleton Farmers' society will bo held ot Farmers hall Thursday, September 30th, at 9 o'clock a. m. All committees of the various de partments of the society -which de sire furids for the proper currying oat of their part ot tho program are urged to attend this meeting, as nil appropriations will be made ir -' ?o time by the executive committee Bo sure and attend so that every thing can be arranged so that thero will not bo a hitch In the final homo stretch. J. C. Strlbling. J. W. Sanders. President . Secretary and Trcasv-or None Equal to Clmmnerluln's. "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find thst there is none thnt equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give me prompt relief." writes W. V. Hamer, Mont pelier. Ind. When you have a cold give this'remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medicine lt ls. For salo by all dealers. ? Add-a-Slide FRIENDSHIP RING Is the Ring She Wants Than aSS etSSa ?Mar aStf* uMW yaw bava a aomptafla rilaui?tti'in Wna. wMafc san s^Sa" va4ne Sac yaewa Sa ae*we>* * aaa nw.eoo MMCM(Uk).SS* CWCRAVtajQ russ Walter H. Kees* St Co. Toar Jeweler. MEETING RIVERSIDE AND TOXAWAY MILLS FORMAL OPENING OF COM MUNITY WORK WAS POSTPONED WINTER GARDENS Discussed Lest Night and Club Will Be Formed-Congress man Unable to Attend. Owing to the fact thal Congress man Lever could not get to Anderson laxt night, the formal opening of Ufo community work at the Riverside and Toxawa mills, was postponed until October 14. Mr. D. LS. Gossett talk ed to Mr. Lever over the telephone yesterday about noon and the latter stated that it would be impossible for him to get hero last night but that he would come on October 14, he <iiaving an engagement to be at the centennial celebration of the Pendle-, ton Farmers' society about that time. However, a meeting was held at tho mill Village last night in the inter est of winter gardens. Among the speakers were Mr. IL H. Gossett, president of the mills, Miss Mary Frayser of Winthrop college, Miss Francis Findley, who will have charge of Kite work, and Mr. S. M. Dyars, farm demonstration agent Anderson county. .Mr. Gossett in his talk urged the people to take interest in the com munity welfare work and also to plant winter gardens.- He i .ed that tho mill management was just ns much interested in the work as thc people and - that they would bo glad to see them loin In the move ment. He stated that t'.ie mill would have all of the ground for these who would have the winter gardens plowed andi put in shape. . Miss Frayser spoke along the lines of the community work in general and complimented the people on the progress already made. She explain ed tue work and stated that she felt like all of them would be greatly In terested in it. Miss Finley said that she M US glad to have charge of the work this year and af ked the co-oneration of the people in tho mill villages. Mr. Dyars spoke, about the winter garden and 'the vegetables ti'at lt would he advisable to plant this win ter. He discussed thc varieties that wouid thrive the best in this sec?'ou and the best way to cultivate them. He advised particularly planting ot this sea.vm cabbage, turnips, Tape, onions, etc. A winter garden 6lub is to be form ed and th-c books are left open for' a few dayB for those wtuo want to join. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF BOARD Of TRUSTEES OF ANDERSON COLLEGE HELD MEETING LAST NIGHT CONSIDER PLANS For Financial Campaign and Mat ters to Be Brought Before Baptist Convention. A meeting of the executive commit tee of tue board of trustees of An derson college was hold last night for the purpose of discussing pis ns for the financial campaign of the in stitution. The members of the board are Messrs. It. S. Llgon. P. IS. Clink scales, M. M. Mattlson, C. S. Sulli van and Col. Watkins. All or these were present as well aa Dr. James P. Klnard, Mr. F. M. Burnettc and Dr. John E. White. This committee asks! Dr. Z. T. Cody of Greenville, chairman of the educational board of ton South Caro lina Baptist convention and Mr. C. A. Jones, secretary of the samo board, to meet with them to discuss plans for the betterment of tho col lege and for the financial canipagn. They also discussed matters that, are to be brought before thc Baptist con vention which meeta in Greenville in Docotiibcr It was stated last night tl.-.at the committee were formulating plans hut tb eso would be announced later. SISTERS MARKTE? SI'S DAY Was Not a Double Wedding, However, Are Sisters of Mrs. Jae Ashley. ' Misses .Lena Daifcy lin? Renale Dar by were married on Sunday after noon at the homo ot their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Darby. They ara the elstern of Mrs. Joe Aahhy of this city. Miss Lena Darby was married to Mr. John D. Tripp, Jr., of Eaaley. Miss nessie Darby wa* ojarried to Mr. Lie Rio cy of Ware Shoals. Th? fiyst cersm?sy w-ss pcr?cmr.ed at 8:80 o'clock by the Her. Kuglcy ot Honea Path and the other was ll3r$ormcd Immediately afterwards. Only the immediate family and a few friends were present. All bf the par ties hev-? many friends throughout Mils section who will extend their best wheres. .' ,??. Warehouse Receipts. The warehouse ' receipts at the Standard warehouse for this season ls ?.816 balee as compared with 890 Uss last season. BAR HAS REARRANGED ROSTER CIVIL CASES HELD MEETING YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK FEW SETTLED And Others Pending Settlement Also Two New Cases Have Been Added For Hearing. Owing to tho fact that some of the cases to Ho tried at the approaching term of court of common pleus have beeu settled, and some are continued pending settlement, and also because two new cases had to be udded. Hur ges8 versus Burgess and Mitchell versus Mitchell, U'.o local bar asso ciation held a meeting yesterday af ternoon ut 4 o'clock and rearranged the roster of cases. The new roster stands cs follows: Monday, October 4th. Monroo Mercantile company versus Oamble. I Hornick-Wlld versus Callaba m. Clark versus Monroe. Sum moy versus Anderson county. Tuesday, October 5th. Mitchell versus Mitchell. Morris Fertilizer company vorsuA Reeves. Turner versus Blue Ridge Hollway company. Wednesday October 8th. Sullivan versus Anderson Develop ment company. Townsend versus Anderson Devel opment company. Bank versus Wulker. Alford, receiver, versus McCalla. Burnett versus Equinox mill. Thursday, Ost. 7th. Case company versus Watson. Townsend versus McClure. The case of Burgess versus Burgess is to be set for dearing by Judge Mooro but very likely it will be tried on Thursday. Geis berg's Potato Chipa Fresh, and Crisp Daily. Phone Nc. 733. RUBBER STAMPS! AH Kinds Made to Order. : : : Fant's Book Store AT THE BIJOU EVERY THURSDAY Geisberg's Potato Chips Fresh, and Crisp Daily, Phone No. 733. SHAPING SUMMER COLLARS The popular collar, for warm weather wear, is the low, tara down style. This kind of col lar ls one that we have given a great deal of attention to, In regard to Ks Toper Ironing and shaping, to I...?ure a well set ting, easy tc wear collar. The process walch we ase fer this work Irons the collar smooth ly npon both side, dampens the fold before turning tko cellar, Irons the edge smeeth ead folds and shapes tbs collar perfectly. Yon rrtll like the work we do upon your collars. Anderson Steam Laundry PHONE 7. OYSTERS and FISH Half Dosen Pried or 4!ftA Stewed. ,.?UC One Dosen Fried or ?JA? Stewed.O?C All Kinds Fresh Fish Dally PIEDMONT CAFE GUS D. ANTONAKOS, Prop. THE, ANDERSON TODAY "THE RED STEPHANE" Two Reels VitagTsph. "HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 62" Selig. "MORE THAN FRIENDS" Biograph. AND CHARLIE CHAPLIN MISS ANNIE COOLEY, BIJOU THEATRE TODAY TThi? DlamfiKDffiidl Firoinm the Sk^99 Opening Episode, Featuring Lbttie Pickford. Dont9 Miss the Start of This Great Serial Picture. TODAY Crawford & Humphrey's Bon Ton- Musical Comedy Co. Presents "COL. BULLETS" Features: Bon Ton Male Trio; Devoe and Gibbons Sister Act; Buck and Wing Dancing, and Harmony Singing. This is Their Third Appearance Here, and Thgy Are Better Now Than Ever Before. MOVIES FOR TODAY 'A CHILD OF THE SURF"-Majestic Two ReeL "GREEN APPLES"-Beaury. =3. Danger ot ean be avoided by plen ty of Electric Light Your Child's Eyesight There is MORE danger of your children injuring their eye sight permanently from poor, or insufficient light. They are compelled to study at night, so why not get the Best light for them. NATIONAL MAZDA Is The BEST and CHEAPEST Light Southern Public Utilities Company Phone 223. r e want to urge the farm ers to sow grain this fall? and fertilise it when they tc?? it The boll weevil is in Geor gia and we don't know when ii will be here. The pests and dSaeasea that beset cotton seem to be increasing and to be do ing more damage every year. If you have a good cram crop a short cotton crop does not hurt so bad. Five acres in wheat end five acres in oats to the p*>w, ground well prepared, and well fertilized will make things easy fer you next year. Where there is spam there ?rill ha kn?t Whs?t, cst;, corn and hogs and you have a mighty good grab stake. But ferti les? your grain when you plant it. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co Anderson, S. C.