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ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS
Items of Interest ?nd Persse sj Mention Caught Over tho
Wireless on the Streets of Anderson
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Musical at Double
A musical will bo given at Double
Springs school Wednesday evening,
under the auspices of the literary so
ciety of tho school. Tho public ls
cordially invited to attend. A nomi
nal -admission fcc will bc charged,
The J. A. Mulllnax Tailoring House,
of Which Mr. U. G. Salla is manager,
was awarded the contract for tho
new uniforms for the motormen and
conductors of the local street railway
system. This Is one of the most up
to-date tailoring establishments in
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Escaped Gang and
Roy Watson, colored, who was sent
out to work on tho streets recently
for 60 days, and who made his escape
last week, was arrested yesterday af
ternoon on charges of stealing ll
pounds of meat from a local broker.
? The negro was given a long, long
chase by Private Foster, the mara
thon starting at a warehouse in the
city and winding up In tito village of
tho Anderson Mill. Tho negro will
be given a hearing today in recorder's
Receipts of Cotton
Fer Two Seasons.
According to information given out
from tho Standard Warehouse plat
form. Ute receipts of cotton up to
last Saturday night for this year
were 20,305. The receipts for the
corresponding period of last year
were 21,711. This is a difference in
favor of last season qf l,4C?l bales,
At a meeting of tho executive com
mittee of the Pendleton Farmers' So
ciety Thursday afternoon it was de
cided to have a picnic dinner and
sneaking at the next regular meet
ing on the 13th of May. The farmers
with their families aro invitod to at
Maj. McCully Buys f
\ In North Anderson.
Maj. P. K. McCully. Jr., has pur
chased the house In North Anderson
recently vacated by Mr. W. W. ?raoak,
former editor and manager of The
Intelligencer, who returned Saturday
to Waltcrboro, his old home, to take
active charge of his newspaper, the
Press and Standard. The property
was sold to Maj McCully by 3\lr. John
Linley, one of thc most wide-awake
real estate men In the Carolinas.
BUSINESS "LOOKING UP"
The heart beats of business are grow
ing stronger daily. Hasten the revival
of your trade by
Telegraph and Cable Service. It
stimulates sales, accelerates the
decision of customers and hastens the
flow of merchandise.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
Elie property ls most desirable, bc- j"
np in the highest part of North An
ier6on. and the dwelling ia one ot
the prettiest in that beautiful settle
In recorder'a court yeaterday four
legroea. Eugene Thornton, Julo War
sick, Forrest Moore and Jim Gosby.
pleaded guilty to charges of gambling
ind were sentenced to pay fines of
125 each. The negroes were arrested
Sunday afternoon on Quarry street
jy Captain of the Police Bell and
Privates Driskell, Sanders and Payne.
Fords have been in big demand late
ly and the local representative. Ar
able L. Todd, has had his hands full
walting on buyers. Within the past
Tew days he bas placed some five or
six of theeo machines, among the
local purchasers being 'Messrs. L. P.
Smith and Theo B. Fant, both ot
whom bought touring cars.
Gen. C. A. Reed
The many friends of Gen. C. A.
Reed will be glad to know that he ls
able to be out again, after his illness
from rheumatism. The* recent re
union of the Confederate veterans at
Columbia is the first that Mr. Reed
lins missed In many years. He says
that ho feels fine, and that nothing
except another spell of sickness can
keep him away from the reunion at
Richmond. Gen. Reed waa unanl
muosly elected commander of the
third brigade at the reunion of the
State veterans at Columbia.
Mr. W. E. Breazeale of thlB city has
been appointed and has received his
commission from thc federal govern
ment as special agent for collecting
manufacturing atatistlcs in Anderson,
Oconec, and phrta of Greenwood and
Edgefic'i Counties. The appointment
at present is only temporary, but
friends ot Mr. Breazeale hope that it
will lead to a permanent one. The
appointment waa secured through the
influence of Congressman Wyatt
Mir. P. C. Hall, or thia city has re
cently had the fact that "troubles
come not single filo but in battalions"
very forcefully demonstrated to him.
He came to Anderson on Saturday
aud drew quite a sum of money from
one of the local banks, with which to
pay the hands on his 'farm. He
placed the money In his pocket and
when reaching home, tried to find the
money, but found it not. Where he
lost the money, he has not the slight
est idea. Mr. Hall's son, O. L. Hall,
waa also in the city on Saturday and
while here ho suffered a severe at
tack of pleurisy. Hts condition for a
while waa very serious, but now he ls
much better and ls on the road to
Mr. Swearlngen to
Hon. J. E. Swearingen has been in
vited to make the literary address to
Gie graduating class of the Anderson
High school at the commencement
for Every Need
Years of experience have .led ut to provide
various forms of telephone service, each de
signed to fill some particular requirement.
For the Home
we furnish telephone service on a PARTY LINE,
service, where more tann one person uses the same
- circuit, thus reducing the cost to each user; or a
DIRECT LINE, service over an exclusive circuit
We also install EXTENSION TELEPHONES so
that calls may be answered without running up or
downstairs. We provide, too, INTERIOR TELE
PHONE SERVICE between the various rooms or
floors of a residence.
For the Office
we furnish every type of telephone service that may
be required. Offices and busy business establish
ments usually need DOUBLE TRACK TELE
PHONE SERVICE, i. e., two or more telephone
lines, to that incoming and outgoing messages can
b.t cared for simultaneously. The best form of
t?ubte track service is known as PRIVATE
BRANCH EXCHANGE SERVICE, and it very gen
erally used in large offices. The PRIVATE
BRANCH EXCHANGE also rsrmits of excellent
interior service betwetn various rooms or deport?
ment? of the office.
For the Factory
we furnish telephone service to meet aQ require
ments. Frequently, where a factory is located out
of town, we furnish a PRIVATE LINE from the
factory to the city office. We can furnish PRIVATE
LINES to practically every point within a radius of
a thousand miles.
Call for detailed information.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
The progress of modern medical
science ia, perhaps, no more force
fully evident than in the simplify,
lng of many of the old time re
medies of paat generations. For
instance, the harsh cathartica and
violent purgatives used by our
forefathers to relieve constipation
aro now known to bc not only un
necessary but really harmful.
Constipation can bc more effec
tively relieved without the dis
comfort and pain these old-time
A combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, sold lu drug
stores under the name of Dr. Cald
wells Syrup Pepsin ls most ef
fective, yet mild and pleasant. It
la absolutely free from opiates and
narcotics and equally as desirable
a remedy for tho tiniest babe as
for rugged manhood. A free trial
bottle can be obtained by writini
to ijr. W. B. Caldwell, 412 Wash
ington St., Monticello, Ills.
xorcises to be held this month. Mr.
?woaringen has already accepted the
nvitatlon. The commencement is still
! matter of some doubt as to thc
dace when lt will be held. None of
he school auditoriums are IE TRO
.nough to accommodate thc crowd
vliirli ia drawn by this featuro of the
'cars work, and some outside ftiacc
nust be selected. The Baptist church
s considered by some the logical
dace for this event, and tho com
nttlee in charge of this matter have
ibout decided to have the exercises
Grain and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel _90c to 51.00
Mixed peas.$1.50 to $1.60
Cane seed, per bushel.$1.25
Boy beans, per bushel.$2.50
California black eye peas, per
bushel.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ..15c
Cleveland, per bushel.. ,.76e tn $1.00
Cooki^per bushel .. ..?l.uO to tl.25
Toole, per bushol.75c to '.- \ .00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Riordan, por bu. $1.00 to $1.25
Culpepper, per bushel.$1.00
Hens, each.35c to 50c !
Friers, each.30c to 45c |
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 1 -2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile
Hutton dressed, per lb. 10a to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2o|
Veal cali, per lb.4 to 5 1-2
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c I
Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c]
Country bama, per lb. 15c to Vt l-2c
Eggs, per dot.17 l-2c
Butter, per 1>?.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. ..$1 00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu..6(C to 85c.
Turnip Greens, per bu... Ppc to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 1
Local Cotton.il l-2c
New York Markets.
Open hiRh low close
May.?.75 O.SO 0.72 0.72
July.10.05 10.10 9.9:5 9.9.1
October .... 10.37 10.15 10.27 10.27
December .. ..10.52 10.62 10.47.10.47
May-June... .. ..5.51 6.49
Now York. May 3.-First prices
in cotton market here today easy at
a decline of 10 to 13 points 00 renew
al ot Saturday's selling movomcnt
Balalaikas. Unique Inst
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MMWO member? al the Savranoffs,
fl here on the Redpath Chautauq
I upon the rf olin sud cello, also
* known ss the ' Bt-slaika." Tb
musical instrument ls illustrated in thc
her plano accompaniments, plak?e sola
Hie Tried to Make His
Fiancee Shoot Him I
Arthur Hmm Cowl.
Tho Kt range tragedy by which Ar
thur Ileum Cowl, grandson of tho I
late James A. Hourn, millionaire
Now York department store owner,
tuet his death has aroused widespread
interest. Tho young man tried to I
have his fianc ee. Mise Knill Wheeler I
of Hridgeport, Conn., shoot him by
pulling u rlbhon which ho had at
tached to a revolver corraled be
neath his cont. He asked her to take!
the ribbon and turn lier head. She
did so and nulled wltVnit result. He
asked her lo pull again and then
there was a loud report. Tho inves
tigators have como to thc conclusion
that the pull of thc rihi.on was not I
strong enough to snap tho trigger of
the rusty revolver, but that tho young
mnn pulled it himself with his finger.
Miss Wheeler was hysterical after j
tho tragedy and could not tell much
about lt. She folt she had caused tho
death of Lhe young man, and it was
said that to relieve her mind of that
an inquest would be held to prove
otherwise. Tho young man had been
sick for some years, and had recently
roturnel from a trip to Bermuda
where he was apparently benefited.
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O RF.SCLTS YESTERDAY 0]
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
At Hrooklyn 3; Boston 2.
At Philadelphia 2; New York 8.
At Chicago fi; Pittsburgh 1; flvSF
At Cincinnatl-St. Louis, not ached,
At New York 8; Philadelphia 1.
At UoHton-Washington; postponed,
No other scheduled.
At Huffalo 3; Chicago 7.
At Baltimore 7; Kansas City ft.
At Brooklyn 1; Pittsburg 3.
At Hrooklyn X; Pittsburg 7.
At Ncwark-St. Louis; not schedul
South Atlantic League.
At Albany 7; Augusta 6.
At Macon 7; Savannali 6.
At Columbus 4; Columula 5.
At Jacksonville i; Charleston 3.
At Atlanta ?J; Birmingham 7.
At Little Rock 3; MerophlB 4; ala
At Mobile 0; Now OrloaneG.
. At Chattanooga 5; Nashville B: ten
Innings, called on account of dark
. I Diversity Clame*.
/ At Jackson. Mississippi College 6;
MillBSp 4; tea Innings.
, Russian Players, who are to fcppear
ua program, In addition to their work
play that unique Russian. Instrument
ie trtcoraerert shape of this interesting
I above photograph. Mrs. Barrimos in
X 2?\Dm Thls|stl
* it. Usc
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
fixtures, equip? ment.
Twenty-five words or ISM, OM YU
Six Times IL00.
AU advertisement over tweaty-0" i
word. Rates on 1,000 words to ti
No advertisement taken for lew tl
If your name appears tn th? tolep
yoor want ad to 8S1 and a bill wlllb
FOR SALE-Pop-Corn at 22.50 per |
bushel. You can't raise better
forage than Pop Corn and Peas.
Purman Smith, Seedsman, Phono
FOR SALE-Some of tho best coal 1
and wood on the market at right
prices. Wood cut to your ordar.
Low country slabos still my Bp,,
cialty. W. Himer, successor to]
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phono .
CO. 4'15-tf ]
FOR SALE or trado for a milch cow
-a rubber tired Columbus top
buggy, as good as now. W. 13.
Rasor at Chlquola Barber Shop.
FOR SALE-Tobacco Dust, Bug
Death and Slug-Shot Now is the
proper season to apply for bost re
sults-got the worm and the bug be
fore lt gets yours. Furman Smith,
Seedsman, Phone 464.
FOR SALE-Two National Cash Reg
isters, one awning, ono pair of
counter candy ocalts, and other
fixtures. Joe Trowbridge.
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WANTED-A reliable representative
In every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond. confi
dentially, with anyone deaf rious ot
becoming permanently cured of tho
morphine or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
H ?T. RAT 7R.
WANTED-Stenographic work by a
competent office woman, careful,
neat work. Address Miss Wicker,
Anderson College, Phone 932.
FOR RENT-Store recenUy occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If interested In a flue
stand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligenoer. 8-18-tf
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office la Llgon A Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 3*6. .
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Blockier Building
Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge db Saggs
New Theatre Bunding
'W. Whttncr St.
Last evening wc received a
Shipment of fine fish, including
the following: Shad, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
Ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
Fish Dressed Free of Charge, sad De?
C. F. POWER & SON
i gout. Tomorrow does not ex
DAY is the day of Opportunity
ie coloumn of opportunities, Re*
it--if you seek a broader opeuii
i want to buy or sell machinery.
nt SS 0011% Throe Times St cents,
words promt* tor eton ?****<^f-t
e med In s noath made on appU
)sn XS cse ta, cash la sd vanee.
none directory yr? esa telephone
? malled after tai Insertion for
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>RY, PINE WOOD, cut, or In four
foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right Seo me for
all kinds of fire wood. B. N. Wyatt
"The $5.00 Coal Man."
IF 11*8 IN SEASON, and flt to cat fl
we have it; and the price won't make A
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Oem" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whltncr Street
3?CK.EYE DABBED SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guarantied. C. A. McClain,
i.. .i, II. II...
Let us duplicate your next broken
lens while yon watt Caa make lt
from a piece ot the old glasB,-don't
Deed your prescription. Have th?
most modern Grinding Plant tn the ?
Booth. If you aro from Missouri Just
como in we'll show you.
Dr. M. R. Camr?,31,
Louisa S. Hilgenboeker, , . .
112 W. Whltner Bt, Ground Floor.
HONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
of real estate in amounts of $25.00
to $50.00 In Anderson County at 8
per cent per annum. Apply to
James F. Bice, Anderson, 8. C., of
fice over the oki post office.
SACRIFICE SALE-Three mottled
Ancona hens, one cock $5.00; throe
White Face Black Spanish hens,
ons cock $5.00. Get started with
???lese extra laying breeds. M. C.
; taggart Oreenwood, B. C.
THIS AD, accompanied by ohsa,*, iii
J buy a dozen photos as follows:
H Large size Cabinets sa.Ofrv Hs?
'J Size Cabinets $1.26; Pptt Cards
1 60o; offer expires April 30th. Al
I len's Studio, North Mata,
FOUND-Bunch ot keys with belt
Ihook attached have been left at
thia office. Owner can have sama
by paying for ad. ?.B5-3t
LOST-In cemetery Sunday afternoon
lady's gold watch with Initials fl.
O. 8. Finder will piesse return to
Intelligencer office and get row
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
The next regular examination for
teachers will be held tn the court
house on Frida, May 7, 1015. The ex
amination will open at 9 a. m. and
Iclose at five p. m.
The ' examination will be on the
J. B. FELTON,
County Superintendent Education.
Kiss Your Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
Wo wood to chop, no coal to car?
ry, no ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a wail of
dirt and dust from the, stove all
the way but to the ash pit
No fire to coax and cod
dle: No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the righi
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever ; and lt's more