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WE'RE PROUD JO SELL GENUINE
because They Give Satisfaction.
We carry in stock Slims, Stouts and Regu
lars in several different models and collars.
We Invite Your Inspection Before Buying.
T. L. CELY CO.
We are sole agents for
Spalding's Tennis and
Base Ball goods. t
Faut* sBook Store
AIM TO SEND FIVE
Andmon District of Methodist
Church Planning for Spar
Fell in Large Quantities in Sec
tions of County Sun
Tue Anderson district ol the Meth
odist church plano to have a regular
light brigade at the Wesley Bible
Class Federation in Spartanburg July
19-21. This is an exceedingly targe
delegation, and lt seems likely that
.thia number will go. for whn the
things is carefully thought over it ia
seen that th? St: John'a church with
the backing of the other churches of
the district can easily supply this
The o'an to have five hundred dele
gates at Spertanburg originated with
Rev. John W. Speake, when he waa
at tho District Sunday school confer
ence at Honea Path. The plan was
heard with some misgiving?, but Mx.
Speake finally had hts way about tho
matter and he Is now at the head of
a committee making the tull 'plana
and arrangements for the delegation
to go to the Spartan-city.
? A special Crain will be run to ac
commodate this crowd, and the, men
will arrlvte in Spartanburg in time to
march in the grand parade, and will
remain over that, night for thc great
It fa the confident hope and expec
tation of those In charge of the meet
ing at Spartanburg tp make thia gath
ering the beat and biggest in the soth,
and the very best speakers. are be
ing secured for the program.
Tho section of the county between
Pendleton. Sandy Springs and WI1
llamBton wau visited by a light rain
and half storm on Svuday afternoon
and night. At Pendleton and Sandy
Springs the ball waa quite heavy, and
ucar Willlamston the hail was heaped
in piles by *hc wino and did not melt
until Monday morning. The country
is in bad need of a good rain. Light
showers have visited portions of the
county since Saturday afternoon, but
none of them have amounted to very
The damage dono by the halt ls very
dight. No crops are far enough ad-,
vanccd to have been damaged by this
storm, in the city yesterday hail
and rain fell, but the hall waB so
slight, even flowers in the yards were
not seriously damaged.
Ute weather forecast calls for dry
?ar "JITNEY" Offer-This aaa 5c.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 6c to Foley & Co
Chicago, 111., writing your name and
address clearly. You Will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
for coughs, colds and croup; Foley
Kidney Pilla, for pains and back,
rheumatism, backache,' kidney sad
bladder aliments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic^ .Stout people en
Joy them. Evana Pharmacy.
MOWING YOUR LAWN
With a good Lawn Mower, one that nins easily, is quickly ad
justed to long or short grass, and does not leave ridges or un
even patches to spoil the looks of your lawn, gives both
pleasure and satisfaction to the user.
We have three different makes, all of which are Extra Good
ones ' '
"Junior" "Norka" and
all or which are Ball-bearing; with the knives made from the
highest grade of steel oil tempered and hardened.
$7.50 $10.00 $12.50
sy .jh *ygy
T DAY OF MRS.
PROVED SUCH A RUSH BUY
ERS HAD TO BE ADMIT
CROWDED ALL DAY
Offering Brand New Goods at Ab
solute Cost-Hearty Res
ponse to Ads.
Thc power of printers ink was fully
demonstrated yesterday In Anderson.
In Saturday afternoon's Dally Mail
Mrs. J. C. II ol loman had a three
column ad. running down thc page
eight or ten inches announcing that
she was going to retire from busl
ne88. In Sunday's Intelligencer
there appeared a full page nd, with
descriptions and illustrations, also
announcing thc fact that she was go
ing to retiro from business, and was
offering her stock of brand new and
stylish goods at absolute cost.
And tho ladies packed the store
Monday morning to such an extent
that thc doora had to be locked and
admittance refused thc others until
some of those inside could be waited
on and gotten out..
One of the ladies who waited on
the trade yesterday said last night
that she bad never seen such a quick,
spontaneous and heart response to an
advertisement as this sale of Mrs.
Some new goods that arrived yes
terday will bo placed on sale at cost
Mrs. Holleuian announced In po un
certain words that she was going to
close out her stock at once, and to
that end she would uell her goods al
absolute cost. This being tnie. thc
only thing necessary to Bell the good3
was to let this fact be known.
, You will seo that she used the
Dally Intelligencer for a full page
and she got results.
The Intelligencer reaches the peo
ple who havfc the money to buy thc
goods which you have to sell-Nuff
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack,
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from Indiges
tion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I bad an attack that was so oe- -
vore that I was not able to go to thc
case for two days. Failing to gel
any relief from any other treatment,
I took three of Chamberlain's Tablets
and the next day I felt like a new
man." writes H. C. Balley, editor Car
olina News, Chap?n, S. C. Obtainable
ARE WELL TREATED
Russian Captors Carefully Clothe
and Feed Them-Mostly
Kiev, Russia, May 2.-Long trains
of Austrian prisoners are arriving
daily at Kiev with stories of the des
perate fighting in the forests ot the
The appearance of tho prisoners la
.Ny no means as bad as had boen
I :lntcd. Most of them look healthy
und Htrong-und with the exception ot
their foot gear their clothing la in
fair condition. The Austrian hoot
reaches only above the angle and is
less effective against dirt and th?
wear and tear of campaigning than
the Russian high boot The, Rus
sians have assisted the captives by
giving them high boots free. Few or
these Austrian prisoners appear to
have suffered from hunger. Accord
ing to their own accounts to an As
sociated Press correspondent, thoy
received three meals daily even when
fighting in the Capathlan passes far
from the bape of supplies.
The best of relations exist between
'the Austrian prisoners and their
Russian captors. During a halt in
the precesi?n, the friendly Russian
sentries may be seen trying to con
verse by signs with their captives,
who ??y to reply in a feeble mixturo
of German and Russian. Whenever
there ls an opportunity sentries and
prisoners gather together and ex
change cigarettes and stories of their
experiences in the trenches.
Among the Hungarians there is a
large percentage of very young men.
from which the Inference is drawn
that the Hungarian male population
ts being heavily drawn upon. < Out of
every thousand prisoners taken In the
Carpathians, about 50 are Germans,
which bears out the previous stories
that there ts a sprinkling of Kerman
tcgiments along the entire fighting
line in tho Carpathians.
In addition to the prisoners taken
at Prsemysl. the Russians appear to
have taken some 30.000 Hungarians
and Germans tn the Carpathian bat
tles during the third week of March.
They Are 79 Years Old.
"For some time past my wife and
myself were troubled with kidney
trouble," writes T. B. Carpenter. Har.
rlsburg. Pa. "We suffered rheumatic
pains all through the body. The first
few doses of Foley Kidney Pills re
lieved us. After taking ?ve bottles
between us we are entirely cured. Al
though we ore both In the seventies
we are.as rigorous aa w's were 30
years ago." Foley Kidney Pills stop
sleep disturbing bladder weakness,
backache, rheumatism. dizziness,
swollen Joints and sore. muscles:
SI. JAMES HOTEL HAS
Fir?! Special .Sunday Dinner Serv
ed to Fifty Guests-Will
be Regular Feature.
Thc first 8pcciul Sunday dinner al
Hotel St. James, wan a splendid suc
cess, there being almost fifty guests
present, of those 7 were visitors, ?:>
paid dinners and Vi regular boarders.
Thc dinner itself was beautifully pre
pared and beautifully served. and
proved to bc the beat efforts of a very
fine chef. These young men are to
bc congratulated on the wonderful
success of their splendid new hotel
from tho very first.
Krgfxtered at the St. .lame* Sunday,
Mr. W. L. Mims. Atlanta, ?a.; Mr's.
Fllorence .Kallongor. Westminster. S.
C.; Mr. Jack Mullan. Baltimore, Md.;
H, Rester. New York City; Mr. and
Mrs. G. P. Boyd. c!ty; Mr. Robt.
J. Cooper. City; Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hnrtnn. City; Mr. J. F. Halliard,
city; C. E. Godfrey. Spartanburg; T.
B. Godfrey. Spartanburg; lt. G.
Garrison, Spartanburg; Miss Ixils
Wells, city; Miss Ruth Wells, city;
Mss Nell Finley, city; A. B. Kenlund.
city; Robert Finley, city; Mr. I). C.
RoBor.Ielt, Nashville. Tenn.; Mr.
Mr. Robert Sullivan, city; Mr. RenJ.
Cromer, city; guests. Miss Eva 'frib
ble, Miss Miriam Lee. Miss Nollie
Barton, Miss Ellamac Trlbblv, Miss
Bessie Major, Mr. and Mra. R. K.
Ould. Mr. aud Mrs. V M. Barton.
State Superintendent of Education
Was Visitor Here Yes
State Superintendent of Education
J. ?. Swearingen was a visitor in th;
city yesterday. He drowned In rath
er unexpectedly at the offlrc of Coun
ty Superintendent of Education J. B.
Felton and ape'-it a short while, utter
which he loft for Greenville.
Mr. Swearingen was accompanied
to Greenville by Mr. Felton, who re
turned to thc etty yesterday after
noon. At Greenville Mr. Swearingen
met with the members of the County
School Trustees Association, after
which he departed for Spartanburg.
where ho. visited one of the echools
last night. Ile stated that he would
return to Columbia Tuesday.
MUS. W. A. H?O0EN8, Editor
Mrs. B.D. Pierce and Master Billi')
Pierce returned to their home in
Greer.?..Ile Saturday after a vist tu
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chapman.
Mrs. J. D. Maxwell has returned
from a.visit to Clemson.
Mrs. J. C. Blanton of Jacksonville.
Fla., is visiting her Bluter, Mm. li.
-B". Bl eek ley.
Mrs. Leno Cllnkscalcs and Miss
Julia Bell of Howndosvillc nro visit
ing Mra. O. W. Ould.
Mrs. J. C. Watklnn haB returned
from a visit to Augusta, Ga.
Mra. F. H. Cllak3cales of Clemson
spent yesterday with her sister, Mra.
H. S. McFall.
Mrs. JamcB H. Hendrix of Colum
bia, who has been visiting her sister.
Mrs. H. S. McFall, left ycBtcrday
for Clemson to visit relatives.
Mrs. E. J. Denniss of Pinopolis.
8. C.. and Miss L. T. Rembert of
Henderson Vii le. N- C.. left yesterday
for their homes after a vUlt to Mrs.
C. G. Sayre.
Mrs. Rosa McCully left yesterday
for a short visit to Atlanta.
Miss Anna Ross Cunningham re
turned yesterday from a visit of sev
eral weeks to friends lu Abbeville
Mrs. H. 8. Dowling returned last
night from a weeks visit to Bam
Wesley Ph Hs thea.
The Wesley Phllathaa class will
meet thia afternoon at half past four
with Mss Alma Turner:
Mrs. Tolly UL
Tbe many friends of Mrs. Will Tol
ly will regret to hear that abe ls ser
iously ill at the Anderson Hospital,
where she waa carried on Sunday .
Miss Lucia Chiles spent the week
end with friends in Belton.
Some of the music pupila of Mas
Lucia Chiles gave a delightful recital
on Saturday afternoon at the home
of Mra. W. F. Cox. The* program
was beautifully arranged and each
selection given reflected great credit
both on the teacher and tho pupil,
and was greatly enjoyed by those pre
sent Thoae on program were: Anne
Gambrtll. Katherine Allen, Atlee Cop
per. Dexter C routh er. Mary Burton,
Donald Broom, Jos?phine Anderson.
Helen Watkins, Lucia Sullivan. Boh
Trsmmell. Mary Clement, Eunice
Kirana, Elisabeth Led bet tee, Gladys
Cater. Constance Cater, Sara Mattison,
William Mattison, Annie Elmore and
Marcile Gu dst.
Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Tem
Standing, Relieved hy Cardal.
Mt. Airy. N. C.-Mrs. Sarah M. Chap
pell of this town, says: "I suifcrcd tor
live years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo
man's tonic, and I decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six babies until
I was almost cured, lt did mc more
Rood than all thc other medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui, Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, 6uffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sidcache.
sleeplessnc?s, and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. Wc feel confident it will help you,
Just as it lias a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui io-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.
tVritt Ui Chtttanooe* Wedir.ina Co., Ladt**'
Advisory Deo? . Chattanooga, Tann., (or Sttti*k
In ?itu. uevt on your casa and C4 paga book, "Home
trtatmcnt (or Woman." In plain wrapper. N.C. 134
ROUSING MEETING OF
WILL BE HELD AT CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE BEGIN
NING AT 8
A FINE PROGRAM
Talks Will be Made by Local Ex
perts on Live Topics-Smok
The meeting o? the Anderson Ad
Club next Thursday evening al the
chamber of commerce, beginning at
H o'clock, promises to bo one of thc
inot?t Interesting and entertaining that
has been held since thia organization
waa perfected. A particularly attrac
tive program will be carried ot.
Eugene Drown. ' of the Anderson
Cash Grocery Co.. will make a talk on
"Who Pay? For Advertising."
John Linley, llvo wiro real estate
man of the. city, wilt speak on "Suc
cessful Real Estate Advertising."
raymond E. Cochran of W. H.
Kceso & Co.. will speak on "Selling
Gooda Over thc Counter.''
Hugh Dixon of Evans Pharmacy
will speak on "Putting thc Punch In
Sam Bailes of the B.ee Hive will
speak on "Window Dressing."
.11. B. Johnson, manager of tho
local office of tho Southern Express
company will speak on "Express Ser
Dr. M. R. Campbell will sneak on
"The Relation of Good . Eyesight to
Clifford Shearer of thc Hank of An
derson will sneak on "What a Bank
Means to a Young man."
As announced before, a big window
dressing contest will bo held on July
4. Further announcements with re
ference to this contest will be mado
from limo to t'mc.
A smoker will bo enjoyed by those
attending tho meeting of tho Ad Club
Thursday night. All those content'
plating attending aro requested to
sond in their names to Pr?sident Har
ry GelBberg of the Ad Club, in order
that their names may bo "placed In
the pot." \
Killing Ail Flies
Certain death to Bed bugs, Cock
roaches, Ants, Moths, House Flies
Infects curry deadly diseases.
Protect yon Health and Home, get
a bottle today.
. Guaranteed as represented; Ask
your Druggist or Grocer.
SHEPARD'S CHEMICAL CO.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Fresh Shipment of Florida Vegetables
Extra tine Smooth Tomatoes, lb.12 l-2c
Snap Heans, the best quality, 2 lbs for.25c
New Irish Potatoes, lb.5c
Beets, 3 for. .10c
Egg Plants, 2 for.15c
New Cabbage, lb.4 l-2c
California Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs for.25c
Prunes, fat and waxy, 2 lbs for.*25c
3 Cans Pie Peaches for.25c
Dried Apricots, 2 lbs for.35c
48 lbs Paten! Flour.$1.90
48 lbs Self-Rising Flour . ..$2.00
Fresh Lookout Cakes, each . . ? . . ....10c
SOMETHING NEW-Bran Crackers. Every body should
cat these crackers for health's sake, package.15c
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
You Will Bc Relieved of
Binder Twine Troubles
If You Have Our TWINE.
Most uniform in size-greatest in tensile
strength-greatest number of feet to pound.
On account of the embargo on Sisal, most man
ufacturers are unable to supply Twine. We, there
fore, strongly advise your placing your order
NOW for what you will need.
Sui) i an Hardware Co.
They are the tires that carry you longest, far
therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and
fewest stops on the way.
For Sale By
Todd Auto Shop
Vf, " '../ \ ? ?. ?* .. '" ' .- ?
ll 1,^'COOPER -
?3J< I r?RMlT?RE CO
THE SAVING HABIT
During the past five, ten or more years, how much have
YOU saved as a reserve to be drawn upon in the later" and
more needy period of your life?
The SAVING HABIT is very important for you lo have in
preparing for the time when you may hot be in health, strength
and energy that is yours today. *r
Why no: start that Savings account TODAY?.
We pay interest on deposits.
Peoples Baak of Anderson
Five Thousand Hy Killers Will
be Distributed by Insurance
i The 5,000 fly swatters which were
I to have been din tr ibu tod In tho city
at the beginning of the recent "clean
up week" but which did not arrive un
account ot an unavoidable delay have
I been received, and are now ready tor
distribution. Theae fly swatters ara
to be given away free of vost by the
Southeastern Life Insurance company.
! with headquarter* in Greenville, tad
ia thriving branch office hero, in
[charge ot Horace J. McGee.
1 Some three hundred ot the watter?
will be at the chamber of commerce,
where they may be had by calling for
them. A large hatch of them will be
at the office of the boutheatern Ufo
Insurance company, in the Brown
Building, over the Dime Savings Bank.
Hundreds of the swatters wilt be dis
tributed in the business district ot the
J Whooping Cong*.
"When my. daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that abo bud hemorrhage of tbt>
lunga. I was terribly alarmed about
her ccoodlUcn. Seeing Chamberlain's,
Cough Fumedy so highly recommend
ed I got her a hoUle and lt relieved"
the cought ai once. Before ah?^lM?
valsbed two bottles of thia remedy
?he wa* entirely well." write* Mrs.
S. ?. Cranes, Crookavttie, Ohio. Ob