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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, December 19, 1915, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 10',
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"THE BACHELOR'S CHRISTMAS"
Ben Wilson and Dorothy Philips
3 Reel Drama.
"THE VACUUM TEST"
THE TOPSY TURVY GIRLS
MOVIES FOR MONDAY
"THE BABY AND THE BOSS"
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for Holiday Buying
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gether oe formidable a stoci? pt nicrchandlBo as can bo found.
An unusual variety, splendid assortment, of stylos, most desirable
qualities, stand out cojioplcuOuly and -warrant, calling to your atten
tion our attractive stock of
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Watches lbiatworo Umbrellas ?
??ewelry V/, Hollow Wars Ilrushes
Cleefes Glassware Specialties
Our lines aro all. reliablehnd lt will bo our endeavor to please you.
ICE CREAM PARLOR AND CANDY
( Formerly Olympia Candy Kitchen)
Have complete linc Candles, Fruits, Toys and. Cigars,
j Soft Drinks a Specialty.' .;
j We softdt* you* trade.- :
SUPERVISOR KING RECEIVES
LETTER FROM CON
NEVER BEEN DONE
States no Case on Record Where
Government Built or Aided
in Thia Matter.
Supervisor J. Mack King lias re
ceived the following letter from Con
gressman Wyatt Aiken In regard to
government aid in building tbc pro
posed bridge aereas the Savannah
river. The letter ia solf explana
"l?, December, 1915.
"Dear Sir: -
"Your letter Gth instant relative to
obtaining old from Hie Unite;l States
government for tho purpose of build
ing a bridge across tho Savannah
river has been received. Tho letter
would have been acknowledged ear
lier but it has been forwarded about
from here to Abbeville and hack until
this ls tho first opportunity I have
thad to write you. There is no
case on record where the government
has built or aided in building a bridge
across a navigable stream, or any
other kind, unless thc government
owned it. If tho government owns
any at all it is where bridges are on
government property such as tho Yel
lowstone Park, etc. There have, beca
many desperate efforts made to got
aid from tho government In build
ing a bridge across the Potomac '/.ero
at Washington but without succoss.
All that congress can do is to grant
thc authority for the building of a
bridgo across a navigable stream. If
you wish a bil' of that t!:nractor pass
ed lot me kuc . and I will have it
"Yours very respectfully.
A Walter's Coal Personality.
In tho JanuaTy American Magazin"
is a clover story to Sophie Kerr in
which there is an amusing sketch rf
the Gallic lovo for acting. A French
waiter had been disguised aud intro
duced as a nobleman by a social clim
ber who - ipromiscd to pay tho waiter
flvo h\nulred dollars for tho job. The
walter acted tho part so brilliantly
that his employer, when the guests
had gone, was about to double ?bib
"But tho count put up a protesting
hand. 'Mr. Uctormy he bogan, Wen I
.agree to come 'ere, I though it would
be good fun to play tho uoble gentil
homme, an' 'ave so moen mouoy be
eide for an evening nlalslr. Hut now
I want to tell you-do not give nt;
that money. Aa I 'ave play the count,
T 'avo receive quito a now Idea. N.i
viral geDtilhommo weal i take manes
for to oblige an* amuse his frlen'-?
yes? I wan" to feel that tonight I waa
truly the gentilhomme; an* BO I can
not take you so kine an' generosity
check. But tomorrow, his face bro'.cc
into his engaging smile-'tomorrow,
w'ejt ?t?ie Count de R?chefauld
gone to 'ls own co'ntry an' Victor in
back in the Walnut room ot the 'Otel
Palais, I ox pee' that Victor will 'ave
no s eel ly scruple."
Filipino Bays biko Hasckali. '
That Moro youngsters aro naw in
clined to-Bettie-their-difference's with
boxing gloves, instead of appealing, aa
did thoir fathers beforo'them to tho
law of .'tho knife, ia ono of tao moro
Interesting of tho"'features of lc'., c-a
received f rpm timo to time at. the exe
cutive bureau from James.'E. iM>-f;\'1
acting division superintendent 'of the
Catabato schools. Baseball ?as like
wise made a big hit among tho Moro
kids, and Mt? McCall reports that this 1
.gamo has struck the Pi an g Agrlcul
imnl school since last December "like
-. Mr. McCall cites ono. case where
the son of one of'tho influential fam
ilies in some way imposed Upon a lit
tle orphan Tao boy, who immediate
ly called for gloved, putting on one
pair '.himself and offering tho other
to tb'e Datos son. After the contest,
which lasted fifteen minutos, the two
boya ahobk- Iranda and walked away
arni In arm.
" The boys at tho Plang school, Mr.
McCall says, play j baseball beforo
breakfast and continuo lt during the
day.in spare time until dark.-Mani
Whoovor ia-responsible tor the Shi
in Yuan Shi Kal. failed to injoct
enough to cause'the old. man to chi
at a crown-F.ock Hill Herald.
?pm.m SS j jj 55 V II ; ., u.. " ? , ri j v mm ^
.;..- ? AND STOP -CATARRH ?
Tells How To Open Clotted Noe- .
trils. and End Head-Colds. \
You feel fine in a few momentsV
little of - thia fragrant, antiseptic
Your cold in head 6*" eatarTh will be
gone. Your, clogged nostrils will
open:. Tba air passages of your head
?elli clear and ybu can breathe free
ly. No moro dullness, headache; no
hawking., snuffing, muscons discharges
or .dryness; no straggling for- breath
Toll your druggist you want *?e?aU
bottle ot Ely'n Cream Balm. Apply a
Wealla,-'your nostrils.. let it penor
trate through every air passage of
tho head; soothe and heal the swol
len, inflamed mettras membrane, and
catarrh 'sufferer needsDon't stay
atuffed-up and miserable.
It la Just what every cold and
relief comes Instantly.
CREAM IN NOSE
ANOTHER DEPUTY WAS
B. R. HILLIARD WILL KEEP i
ORDER IN NORTHWEST
WAS ONE OF TEN
Men Who Left Brogon Milla When ?
Settlement Waa Reached in
Sheriff- Ashley yesterday morning
announced that he had appointed 'B.
R. Miliare deputy shcriiT for An
derson county. WV.llc this appoint
ments means that he is deputy for
tho entire county, tho mOE-i of his
work will be confined to that section
around tho C >x and B'iuinox mills.
Lately there has been several cut
ting and shooting scrapes in this sec-:
tion and it has become a necessity
that someono be stationed in . teat |
vicinity to preserve order. Mr. Hil
liard took up his duties yciberday and
last night Sheriff Ashley was tele
phoned by residents near the Equi
nox mill that the order was good, and
that his action in appointing a deputy
Mr. Hilliard seems to be a good
man for the position. Ho weighs
over 200 pounds and is well acquaint
ed witi'3 the people and conditions in
his territory. Ho was ono of the
ten men who had to leave tho Brogon
mill when tho agreement wa3 reach
ed between the management and the
REV. MOON IO
WILL ALSO CONDUCT BIBLE j
CLASS AT ST^ JOHN'S
Has Enjoyed Stay Here-Will Go
to Greenville, ??:artanburg
and Rock Hill, v
The. Tnv. Baxter Ffc McLendon of
Benne>'jtsvllle, who lust summer con
ducted the most successful religious
campaign over hold in, Anderson, and
who han been preaching at St. John's
Methodist church for the past fow
nights, wilt deliver his last sermon
in this city ! for 'tho' ''present tonight.
Mr. MaLe.ndon came to Anderson on
Wednesday and since that time in ad
dition to his preaching, bas been
shaking tho hands- of. his many
friends and admirora. 'Ho will leavo
Monday for visits in. Qreonvlllo, Spar
tanburg and Rock lilli-, .
Thin morning . during tho Sunday
school T.WMIX at St. John's church
tho' Rev. Mr.. McLcndon will talk
to the. Men's Bible class, and a large
attendance ls expected 1 This morn-1
lng he will preach at 11:20, and again
tonight at 7:30. Largo crowds will
be present at both services to bear
havo been enjoying every min
ute of my stay here," stated the evan
gelist yesterday morning. "I like Art- j
dcrson and often wit/hi that I lived
here. 1 remember all; tho kindness of
the people last summer and am :ex-1
Local cotton ll 1-2 cents.
Cotton seed 942 ton;
New York Colton,
Open. High; Low. Close;:
Jan . . .11.72 11.89 11.72 11.8G
March .. ..12.02 12.17 13.02 12.15
.May ... .12.28 12.43 .12.28 12.40
July . . .12.42 12.'66 12.42 ?2.S5
Oct- . . .12.16 12:27 -12.?6 12.24
Liverpool Colt on.
Open. ; Close.
Jan-Feb .. .', .i .. -..7,1o 7.20
Mar-Apr . .7.18 - 7.20 !
May-Ju?e .. .. .. V.7;12 74* j
, Receipts 18,000.
Weakened br .Travel.
'.Mrs. Brown, how ;dld you like my
sermon last Sunday?" .
? . "WU. parson,'? r.apU?d iithe old man,
"you see,.; I. didn^t ?av? a' fair chance
to udge, . Right in ifrout of mo was
old; Miss Smith and tho ? rest of that
gang . wKh -their mouth wide- open
Just a swaUcrin' duwr? all' the bestvbf
your . oerraon; and what raached me,
??^i?iioniy'^%'.^\it?^_ poor stuff, purty
pear siiiff." . .
Bear This In Mind.
' MI consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far ''.&^Vt^^''''nedicfne in
the market tar">ctA?i>?, aa4 'vcT?ups,''
Bsya Mrai ;Albert Blosser, Luna, Ohio.
Many others are', ot the sama opinion.
Por.lsale by all dealers.
ANDERSON MAN HAS
TO GET COTTON TO STAND
SOON AFrER PLANT
COMES UP '
WILL BE SUCCESS
Says the Inventor, C. L. Town
send-First One Now Being
Made and Will Be Tested.
Mr. Charlea L<. Townsend of the
local Western Union oillce has au in
vention which will probably work
wonders with the cotton fanners. It
is a cotton chopper, and tho inventor
?late sthat he has tested small models
and D.i-.t they havo worked to perfec
tion. Mr. Townsend is now making
arrangement's to have h's Invention
manufactured and hopes to have the
choppers on the market .before next
Tho cotton choker seems to havo
all inventors stood off BO far. Num
erous machines have been manufac
tured hut one of them Cave ?ftoi'kcd
so that tho farmers generally thought
lt advisable to Invest their money In
them. A machine of this kind is
greatly needed, since it .would mean
a saving of thousands of dollars to
The plans of Mr. Townsend's In
vention shows t'jbt ?he machine will
be mounted on a truck with two
wheels and will be drawn by one
horse. Tho machine includes a pair
of chopping members -which rotate
transversely to the dlreotlon of travel
of tlie truck, willer will chop out thc
plants at intervals. ATomnd those
chopping members will bo placed fen
dors or guards, which will be car
ried by tho rotary knife blade carry
ing members. Thc blades and the
fenders will be pendantly hung be
neath .-.ho supporting structure of the
chopper, so as to permit the chopping
Members to be moved Into or out of
an operative poaltto.- or to be swung
transversely of tho row or direction
of the -travel of thc chopper to pormlt
of the proper adjustment of tho chop
ping clements to irregular places In
the row of growing plants. All of
this machinery Is manipulated by
lovers, all of which are within easy
rcac? of the dTlver. Tho blades are
operated <by means of gears running
from the axle of tho wheels, and fol
low in regular order.
These machines will be manufac
tured under patent pending, and the
first one will bo brought to Anderson
to bo tested out.
SPOKE 181 COURT HOUSE!
Large Crowd of Adnurers G?s-3t
ed Him Yesterday Afternoon
?In Good Condition.
Ex-Governor Cole L. Blease ad
dressed a large .crowd lu the county
court boase yesterday afternoon'. ?H
of the lower floor was taken as
well as the seats in the 'balcony.! Mr.
Bleaso came to Anderson to be pres
ent. at> the banquet given by tho ? Red
Men at Orr mills last .evening.
Mr. Bleaso showed bis same old
fire in his-speech ?nd was heartily
cheered by his admirers, ' Much of
his address was - given to a discus
sion of present conditions. Ho spent
last night-in tho city wita friends.
A Concord School.
Tho entertainment planned i for
Concord school for Friday night j
will be held on Wednesday night.
A ' hoteikeeper in Torre?n - who j
charged $6,500 for a dinner has been
sent out of toe country by Carranza.
That sounds like a square meal at a
national convention city.-'Los. An
geles Times. .
lliESI S ECRET TO
OABKEN BRAY HAIR]
Bring Back its Color and Lustre
with Grandma's Sage
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and albo
hol added, will tum gray, -tsresked
and fad'Hl bair beautifully dark and
luxuriant; removes every blt of dan
druff, stop* scalp Itching and falling
hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe at horneo, : though. ;,-la!
troublesome-. An easier, wal is to get
tho ready-to-uso tonio, Costing about
50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores,
known aa "Wyeth's Sago, abd Sulphur
Compound," thus avoiding a lot, ot
While wispy/?Tay,faded hair la!.
not sinful, wo ali "weslro to retain, ^ir j
tell,, because lt does it so natui^
se evenly. Yon just dampen'a sponge
or soft brash with lt, and;draw- this
thvough- your hain taking oho etnaU
stired at-J? time; by rooming .all ?ray
hairs, have disappeared,; -Xi A|f?ft-i?tf.
bthcr application cr ^t^ yc4i> hair
comes beautifully derk, gtossyy sot*
and luxuriant and you appear years
Made from Gold Medal Flour. All discerning housewives use Oo'.d
Medal Flour-other plod along.
Your Grocer has it-ask him.
Mr. Harry Carlton
Will start a dancing class on Monday December 20th
Phone 71 or Call 1007 S. Main St
Al? 9>1?T TAM Capitol and Surplus flKMMW.09
fir nhilv I ff 1^ Collections Given Prompt Attention
W^*vn Ellison A. Smyth, W. E. Greer,
H. B. Comphelt, Asst, Cashier.
Fruits andi Candies
" Have 300 bunches little old bananas which we
offer at 406 and Soc bunch. Also 4 cars pf fresh
fine bananas at reasonable prices. .
Plenty of Oranges, Apples, Grapefruit Tan
garenes, Malaga Grapes, Nuts and all kind of
fruits, fire works too.
See me before you buy your Xmas fruits and!
J. IL MANOS
; We will sell our entire stock of Snarriet ?
Ware at WHAT IT COST U&ri?t W?4AT iT
This is avrare opportunity
grade Enamel Ware at factory^eost;.
pPiWe have a large assortment ^oMWs- Ware.
and lt will pay you to take advantage of this
y - vi
Anderson, S, G;."