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Nothing more comfortable than a
pair of White Canvas Oxfords for
every day wear.
We have them in all shapes and
$1.50 to $3.00
Giesherg Bros. Shoe Co.
Under Masonic Temple
Shoes That Satisfy.
?O?S j; 4**
Last evening we received i
shipment of fine fish, including
the following: Shad, Red Fin
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
ish Mackerel, Ked Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiti.ig.
Fish Dressed Free of Charge, aad De
C. F. POWER & SON
Cor. Benson and McDuffie
Amateur Ad-Writers Contest
THREE CASH PRIZES
$5.00, $2.50 and $1.00
Will be Awarded tiste Best Ads
SEE or phone some of the following named merchants and busi
ness men AT ONCE and get the information or "dope" on what
they want to advertise-write your ads and submit them to the dif
ferent merchants. Each merchant will have one ad in this Contest
in Sunday's (May 23rd) Intelligencer and the three best ads will be
awarded the money. You can prepare one ad for every merchant in
the contest if you wish. The different merchants will tell you all about
the goods to be advertised. We will supply you with any illustra
tion which you wish, if we have it in stock. Newspaper people and
regular ad writers are barred; all other white persons are eligible.
The following named merchants will enter the contest, and will
gladly give you all the information Wanted to any one wishing to
write an ad for them : W. H. Lyon, Woore-Wilson Co., Marchbanks
& Babb, Columbia Tailoring Co., Anderson Gas Co., Parker &
Bolt, Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co., John A. Austin, B. O. Evans & Co.,
Sullivan Hardware Co., The Lesser Co., Evans' Pharmacy, T. L.
Cely Co., Mrs. B. Graves Boyd, The Owl Drug Co ? and Walier H.
Keese & Co., Anderson Cash Grocery, Rubenstine and Southern
Public Utilities Co.
? The Winning Ads and the Writers of Same will be published
The Awards will be made by a Committee f?Qtn the Ad Club.
Phone No. 321 for any information you wish about the contest.
All copy must be in the hands of the merchants by Noon Friday,
May 21st. %
NOW, if you want the money, and enjoy a contest of wits-here's
your chance. You can try every line of business that's entered
if you wish. You may have considerable talent for advertising ly
ing dormant, and this will give you the opportunity to try it out.
Come On In-The Water's Fine-Youl)
Enjoy lt. And You May G?t The Coin
ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER
11 '. ?*?
Third Day C
Feast of C
DELIGHTFUL LECTURES BY
DR. CHAS. E. BARKER OF
GIVEN LAST NIGHT
"The Servant in the House/' a
Grippirrr Drama of Modern
Life Admirably Done.
Two magnificent lectures WUB a
part of what the redpath Chautauqua
offered their patrons yesterday, and
never before bas an Anderson au
dience been treated to finer lectures
than these two
The speaker for the day was Dr.
Charles E: Harker of Washington, D.
C. Mis two lectures might be classi
fied thus: In the morning be spoke
of the spiritual side of life and in the
afternoon the physical side.
In the forenoon at eleven o'clock
Dr. Harker addressed his audience on
the "Finest of the Fine Arts."
In the afternoon before the addrqss
the immense audience was entertain
ed for thirty minutes hy a concert by
Signor (luiseppc nurlutta, a tenor of
note and ability. Me gave a beau
tifully selected program and won his
lu arers hearts by his renditions of
Tos tl's "Goodbye," "The Perfect Day,"
"The Rosary" and other well known
and favorite songs.
"How to Live a Hundred Years'*
was the rather unique title of the ad
dress by Dr. Harker, which followed
the recital of Signor Barlotta. lt ii.
.safe to say that never before has an
Auderson audience so thoroughly en
joyed anything as this lecture by Dr.
Uurker, who was physical adviser
to President William Howard Taft
during his administration.
Dr. Harker said in part:
"Evtery year ls adding to our knowl
edge of how to prevent disease and
"The experiments and discoveries ot
the past ten years by sclent'.its and
physicians have been most remarkable
In this field, and tlit- day is not far
distant when men and women can, by
following up these conclusions, live
to a ripe old age and never ba sick
a duy in that time, and simply die
of being worn out;. <
"In getting and keeping thu bod>
In a state of perfect health, attention
must be paid to at least four things:
Elimination of impurities from the
system, diet, the mental -eanditlos and
"There are four organs of elimina
ron, thc lungs, skin, intestines and
"Three minutes of breathing exer
cises should be taken each day to
keep the chest expansion up to nor
. "The pores of tho skin should be
kept open, elthor by ? exercise or a
dally dry friction bath with flesh
brushes, or fibrous mitts.
"Underwear especially In the winter
clogs the pores of the skin and to
offset this, a friction bath ls very
"The third organ ot elimination, the
Intestines, has much to do with the
health or disease.
"Though it is a very prevalent dis
ease, Intestinal sluggishness or con
stipation, shorten:* life many
years and leads to many other very
"But it is entirely -unnecessary and
can ii ulne cases out of ten, be cured
by exercise and proper diet. Exercise
each morning the muscles of the ab-;
domen-don't eat meat and eggs un
til cured, but partake freely of cereals,
green vegetables and fruit, and drink
from eight to twelve glasses of water
each day. 4ncludlng two glasses of hot
water with a little *.ible salt dissolv
ed lu ti* water
"In the second place the diet plays
big part In the matter of health and
"By studying the habits of the Bul
garians .who live much longer on the
average than any other race of civiliz
ed peop'e, Dr- Mechnlkoff, who is the
greatest authority *n th? war)<? on pro
longing life, gives as his conclusion,
that meat should never bs eaten but
once a day and that sparingly; that
the bulk of the diet should consist of
green vegetables, fruit and cereals,
? > and that the habit- of drinking some
buttermilk every day will do much to
keep one well and lengthen life.
"Another thing one should !>y will
power learn to chew thc food slowly
Most of the stomach troubles come
from the hsblt of eating rapidly.
"Third, cheerfulness and ? tonten t
ment will do much to lengthen life.
"Many people liing on disease and
shrrten their lives by years *by get
ting into the habit of worrying.
"This like any other habit, can be
changed by any man or woman, who
will use determination and will-pow
er and learn to always look on the
bright side of life.
"Last, bot not' least, get Into the
habit of taking some kind of regular
systematic exercise each day. Not
the kind of exercise taught years ago.
which dcvelopes merely the arms and
limbs, but that kind which brings
into play the muscles of the abdomen
and chest. Any system ot home exer
cises. If taken moderately every day
will do wonders la keeping the body
Sn a state of magnificent vitality; bat
most people aro too leay to do this.
"The bast tune to exercise ls tho
first thing in the morning, but lt can
be done before th? other meals, 01
before retiring at night."
At the close of his lecture Dr,
Barker took off hts coat, and to the
Intense Interest of everybody demon
strated a set of simple exe rc Lu o * which
he declared any per ion not having
aerlous heart trouble could lake with
?real benefit to his health.
Hundreda of people pressed to the
platform after the lecture to shake
Dr. Barker's hand, and thank hlai
for the lecture.
Last Night's Program.
The attraction for the evening per
formance was the William Qweo Co..
in that wonderful drama of modern
life by Charles Ranna Kennedy! "The
Servant in the House."
The tent waa packed to UB utmost
capacity and from the opening mo
ment until the fall of the last curtain
the audienc?) exhibited the most in
tense interest in every word that waa
spoken. Mr. Owen had the perfect
support of his whole company and
their work was that of artists al) the
It is the story of a father's love for
his child from whom he is separated
by circumstances. The child. though
In a good home, surrounded by love,
longs for the unknown father
The young Vicar and his wife and
their conflicting ideas of right and
wrong, all woven together in a beau
tiful story around manson the Ideal
of love and truth.
The following was the personel of
James Ponsonby Makeshylte, I). D.,
The Most Reverend, the Lord HiBhop
of Lancashire-J. W. McConnell.
The Reverend William Smythe,
Auntie, the Vlcar'a wife.-Sarah Wil
Mary, their niece-Margaret Ul
Mr. Robert Smith, a Gentleman of
Necassary Occupation-William Owen.
Rogers, a I'age Boy-Earl McBath.
Manson, a Butler-William Lind
Time-An early morning In Spring.
Place-An English country vicar
I Personal ii
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Mrs. Thomas Cooley of Lowndes
vllle is visiting Mrs. R. W. Speer for
Mrs. Leona Cl ?nit scales und Miss
Gertrude Hell of. Lowndesvllle arc
the guest this week of Mrs. Q. W.
On ld on Grein vii le street.
Mrs. L. H. Seel. Mi's. Ellie Rice
and Mrs. Ida Seel have gone to Wil
liamston to spend the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. L. O. MCCalla and
Mrs. F. I. Jones of Starr were in
Irving Walker of Pfizer was among
thu via I tors in the city yesterday.
E. H. Welburn of Will lams ton was
it visitor in the city yesterday.
J. F. Dean of Starr was in the
city yesterday for a short whilu.
Frank Mat tison of Belton was in the
city yesterday on business.
W. H. Sullivan of Wllllamston
spent a short while In the city yes
W. H. Dobbluft of Townvllle was
among the visitors in the city yes
Frank Pettigrew of Starr was in the
city yesterday for a short while.
Miss Pensacola Branyan of Starr
waa In the city yesterday for a short
Mrs. Carl Lee, who has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. John C. Wat
kins leaves today for Charlotte.
Miss . ane Felder of Summerton, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. M.
Mrs. Lem Trlbble of Hones Path
is visiting relatives here
It was reported that I had left An
derson and moved to Greenwood. It
ls a mistake. I am still'In Anderson
and expect to remain and doing the
biggest business that I hare ever
done since I came here. My own
business bsa Justified me in Installing
a complete Grinding Plant and en
gaging the services of one of the most
competent lady Optometrists to be
had as an assistant. So don't be mis
lead by the slugs. Just brings us your
eye troubles and broken glaases and
we will do the rest. We are alway?
busy but can serve you best.
Dr. R. M. Campbell,
louisa S. Hllgenboeker,
112 W. Whltner 8t Ground Floor
They Are 70 Tears Old.
"For some time past my wife and
myself were troubled with kidnei
trouble." writes T. B. Carpenter, Har
risburg. Pa. "We suffered rheumatic
pains all th rou ah the body. The first
few doses of Foley Kidney Pills re
lieved us. After taking five bottles
between ns we are entirely cured. Al
though we ar? both In the seventies
we are as vigorous as we were 30
years ago." Foley Kidney Pills stop
sleep disturbing bladder weakness,
backache, rheumatism. dlsslness,
swollen joints and sore muscles.
The Shirt with the Ocean
Pearl buttons at
Color, Material and Fit
Straw Hats $1.50 to $4.00
Panamas $5.00 to $0.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY -
T. L. Cely Co.
McCormick Vertical Lift Mower
't'lie McCormick vertical lift mower has ??l the good features of the regular
McCormick mowers, and, in addition, it ls so made that (he cutter bar can bu
raised to a vertical position uud lowered without stopping thc team. This
Makes the McCormick vertical ll*t mower one that ls meeting great demand
:'<>:. cutting on rough and stump/ ground, lt permits the driver to cut class,
to the three, stump, or rock, uni' ?lava all the hay without loss of time or in- ?
convenience. The cutter bur also can bc raised high enough to pass tiver
stonos and t .umps by means of n very convenient foot lift.
While the McCormick vertical lift mower ls an exceptionally good machine
for cutting Vin rough und stony ground, it is practical for all kinds of, grass
cutting. It will do good work lu any place where the machine can be drawu
by horses and under conditions where an ordinary machine could not be
used. As an all-purpose mower It Is unsurpassed.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
THE SIGN OF GOOD PAINT
Any one who uses or ought to use
paints and varnishes, will be glad to know
that we have just taken the agency for
PAINTS & VARNISHES
in this locality. For fifty years this linc
has been the world's leader-that's why
we chose it; and we are leaders in good
things here-that's why they chose us.
It's a pretty good combination to do
C. M. Guest Paint Co.
"Guest Sells the Best"