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foitable, shape-retaining oxford
of all leathers. Tan, calf, gun
metal, patent, viet.
Also in button style in several
"Th? Plaza"-A Snow wonder
wear that offers exceptional styl
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By paree post prepaid
if you wish.
Appreciating the^ patronage of
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merchandise, we are offering. ;
' many distinctive and individual
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\ Batter TUl Cairel l?l vWO?nT .
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i fla*' ; an J y ?CC r ful j make . ytHrr, 'v^Ork - a
pleasure; -.be vigorous and foll ot ambi
tion.- Bufc'r take w> nasty,'[.dsagwout
'calomel because it makes yon sick ?nd
y?? may lose a day's work.
CaianiEl vis mercury. Or ouickoi?vcr
whick .':ensaca<-necrosis -of t?s '.bonds.
\?mWki^mi&&:Wf? ?mi bile like
dynamite, breaking Wop, Thafs when
you frd iba* awful nausea and cramping.
,;..-rUim.?e.-W?ttZm you wsat to c^joy
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ou ?vcr exparfcaced just take
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Tone tonight . Your druggist of dealer
selfs you a 60 cent bottle of, 'Dodson's
M.vcr Torie under my personal money
pa<ok guarantee thai each Bpuonful v, ill
clean: your sluggish liver better, flinn ?:
aose'of utsty calomel and'thai won't
Wake you Sick. '.;...;
:X tt?dson'? Liver. Torie is real liver
rtedloine. Yofeai know lt hext mom'.:.
Wiesoae .you wUl wake up feeling floe,
yo?r^Jlwr will bb workings headache
and dtoines^ -g?nej - stomach- will oc
sir j** and bowels regular.
i Lifer Tone Is enJsirely vag?*
M^ft?refore harmless and ein net
MllydBE. . Give lt td - yourj^fchUdren;,
WUiwu^ofji>eop.ls are using Dodson's
iiivcr Tone instead of dangerous rul?me)
eow.^:Ypar druggkfc will telr yon fliit
Ute. sale of ^?lal?lfeaw.-'i?^?lmD?t/t^r(p9d
?telera. . . :,?.,??>.
MRS. , LIGON . ANNOUNCES
ARE NOW BEING
WILL BE GIVEN
Open Air Entertainment on Tues
day Night and Farewell Re
ception on Friday Night
Mrs. Robert E. Lig?n, chairman of
the committee to provide entertain
ment for the Clemson cadets during
the encampment, announced yester
dpv that the plans were shaping up
nicely and that everything was- get
ting in readiness for tho arrival of
the cadets. There will be an impor
tant meeting of tho ladies of this com
mittee in the rooms of the chamber
of commerce on Saturday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock, and it is very urgent
that all attend.
Open Air Kn ter fain inert.
The first big affair for the cadets
will bo given on Tuesday night. This
will be an open air entainment at
the intersection of Calliquii and Mc
Dufflo street. All the people of thc
city aro invited to be present on tills
occasion to give the cadets a wel
come to the city. Tho asphalt streets
will bo fixed up for those .who wish
to dance, and seats.arc being arrang
xed for tho couples who will not
dance. Refreshments will be served
to the cadets only on the lot at the
corner of Greenville and McDuffie
streets, a number of the ladies of the
city assisting in this. All of those
people living along tho streets, which
will bo lighted and used on this oc
casion, have kindly consented to al
low the use of their yards and on
these there will be ample Bpaco foi
numerous seats and benches.
Tills open air entertainment will
bo something new in Anderson and
everything points to/its being a grand
success. There is no hall in tho city
large enough for a big reception, and
the open air affair will afford an
opportunity for all tho people of tho
city to get together and welcome the
cadets, at the same time being some
thing like a lawn party and affording
a place for those who wish to dance.
Tho young ladies of tho city aro es
pecially invited to -be present on this
"evening. No invitation's are being
A farewell reception for the cadets
will be given on Friday evening In
the vacant rooms in the Anderson
theatre building and in tho hall over
the theatre. Further announce
ments will be made later.
Tho/ Clemson cadets will arrive in
the* city Monday morning at~'?
o'clock .and will go to tho camp or
the Cater property. A baseball game
between Furman and Clemson './il!
be played that afternoon. <
AU Anderson ls anxiously await,
lng tho arrival of the Clemson boys
and all seem to be oven more anxlooi!
to make them enjoy themselves thar
j they were last year.'
WAS ??MOWN ll EUE
Tliomus Cuthbert Truscott Died on
Friday, April 24.
The following clipping under tin
head of "Deaths" from a' Virginia pa
per, will bo of' Interest to the friends
Trescott-On Friday, April 14, 1916
at his residence near Hallston, Va.,
Thomas Cuthbert, son of the late Wil
liam .Henry aad Eliza N. Trescot, lr
his flfty-nmth year.
Funeral from his late residence on
Monday, April 17 at il a. m. (Bal
timore and Charleston, 8. C., pa
pers please copy:)
tWE DOUBLE WEDDING
Given at Anderson Theatre Last Night
With Dr. J. P. Major aad . Mr.
Ross Gaines as - the:brides and
Messrs. Archie Todd and Joe Norrit
sa the grooms, the Doollttfe-Grimsb)
wedding - was Staged at the Anderson
theatre, last night nuder .the ansplcoi
of the ladies Aid society, of the Firsl
Baptist church. .All of the partici
pants were men', and. the affair wai
ridiculous and amusing. Tho atten
dance was good.
Meeting of Ward One Clab.
Ward ono Democratic club will
meet in thc court house at nine
oclqck ,hn next Saturday morning tot
the purpose of reoriganizing and oth
erwise .complying v with the; .rules.. ol
the party. .
- John K. Hood?
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Atlanta, April 20.--The hnir-rLiing
adventures of Wayland Smith and Dr.
Petrie with the poison "Flower ol
?tunco," da Sax Rrfcmer's wlerd otory
of VH Chinese murder plots are 'ex
amii ios ot ?the prospect offered, by thc
lfn:.led State* government to young
.^^adceptlng poison .plant Investi
gators, just announced In Atlanta. Ol
cootiei thegovernment will not be
the Instigator ot any plot? with poi
son, plants as instruments of death
?but tho field of in vcstlgation off en
alluring prospects to the seeker af.
ter adventure who love? danger for
vyX'iJ ? ;?'?..??--?
Don't ^ to ow
"~ " .Cov-::'
IN ROBERTS SECTION
WILL BE INTEREST OF PRO
POSED ELECTRIC RAIL
Is the Day Decided Upon-Hoped
to Close Subscription List at
Mr. J. L?. Murphy yesterday mum
ing announced that there would be
an important meotlng at Roberta
school house next Wednesday after
noon at 4:110 o'clock at which time
subscriptions for the Anderson-At
lanta railway to go by what is known
as tho Green Pond, Centerville and
Roberts section route will bo secur
This meeting ls a very important
one, and ojl-those interested in that
route aro' asked to be present. Those
in charge of the meeting hope to
closo the subscription list at thal
time. Mr.. Murphy and members' of
tho railway extension committee of
the chamber of commerce will be
present, and will be ready to answer
and exj'lain all (lucBtions that muy
Mr. Murphy went to Starr on Wed
nesday and stated yesterday that lie
believed tho necessary $65,000 would
now bo raised for that route with
out any trouble. Tho peoole seem
to be moro interested and moro fully
understand tho proposition.
JOHN A HORTON HAS
PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN
OF BELTON IN CONGRES
TWO YEARS AGO
He Made Race, and Since That
Time Ha? Become More Wide
ly Known in District.
Mr"; John A. Morton, a prominent
. bunker and citizen of Relton, an
Jj nounccs his' candtduc f?r congress
man from tho Third district in this
issue of ' Tho ' Intelligencer. Mr
Horton ls an alert business mun, con
servative and has. bown remarkably
successful at farming and mercantile
business nnd farming. '
It ?has boen known for some time
that Mr. Horton would make tito race
for congress this'" summer. In fact,
he has been waging a campaign for
several months, visiting tho various
precincts in the counties that com
pose the Third district. Hi's cam
paign has been carried on tn a sys
tematic way, and he has mado an ex
cellent impression on the peolle. Two
y i" ar H ago he made the race for con
gress, and in spite of the fact that bc
was not well known throughout tho
district, ho received a splendid vote.
Tills year ho and his friends predict
that his vote will bc much larger, so
much so that he will be in the second
race, and they expect him to be the
winner in the last primary election.
It. IB conceded, probably by all that
tliere will be a second; primary. elec
tion for congress, because of tho
number ot candidates that have an
Mr.'Horton makes known his plat
form elsewhere in this issue.
WILL NOT BUN
W I*, ?farshnll Maya Uo Will Not Be
#i. Candidate Alderman.
"Although I - appreciate tho inter
est my friends have shown by enter
ing, my name, as a candidate for al
derman . from WaW\'three, lt will be
impossible for mo. 'to. accede' to their
wishes," atatod' ?rlfli Marshall yester
day. '.? '? .
Mr. Marshall stated that he had
.seriously thoifght over tho nMtter,
and that he hs4 decided not to make
; .^^cni?aj? .?iui>,
Thora Will bo ari important meet
ing of jtha, .voter? of the. Shirley's
Store section, on Saturday afternoon
at 8;30 o'clock for ?the'purpose of or
ganizing a .Democratic club and to
elect officers; of same.
(Hack Hills B^iiwsraile Club.
?A mooting of the CHock mill De
mocratic club is called for Saturday
afternoon at 1:36 o'clock, meeting to
be held in mill ball.
C- D. Johnson,
. ;.:. Secretary/.
Wit&unston Bmd ?lab.
Tho Wlltiamston Road Improvo
\.j ment Sub is scheduled to meet at
1 -Hammond school house Pridsy even
ing at g! o'clock. AU pensons Inter*
estod are. urged to "^ present.
j. E. BARTON DECIDES
WITHDRAW FROM RAGE
WILL NOT BE CANDIDATE
FOR ALDERMAN FROM
Ha? at Different Times Served
Three Times on City Council
.Mr. J. E. Harton, throe times a'
member of city council us alderman 1
from Ward one, and who recently "i-I
nounced that lie would bb a candi- j
dato for re-election, has decided to j
withdraw from the race, sud ycst?r-1
day gave out tho following notl'co j
to the press, which explains his rea
sons for taking this unexpected ac-1
To tho Voters of Wurd Ono:
I hereby withdraw from thu race!
for alderman from Ward ono and 1
wish to say further that I take this
step simply becauso I do not caro for
the position any longer as I have
aJlready s^rvoa on thc council six
years and I want to thank ali my
fi?cnds for their kindness and co
operation in tlie past, I may not have
pleased all of you all tho timo but
I tried to do by duty as I saw it and
I did tlie best I could under the cir
cumstances,*. 1 havo always stood for
and worked for permanent improve
ment* and I am sure you can ali see
and enjoy tho fruits of my labor. 1
havo given a great deal of my time
to tho work and have lost thousundu
of dollars in business itt order to
help make tlie city grow und I huvu
watched thc development with n groat
deni of pi ido and I feel well repaid j
for the timo and money spent. In j
retiring I do so with the best o? fool
ing and good will for every ono both
in tlie ward and city. In tho future
as In tho past I will always be ready ,
and willing to do anything I cuu to ad' ?
vunco tho interest of tho oily.'
Again thanking you fjr your sup
port in tho poBtr I am.
Yours most respectfully.
J. 13. Borton.
Mr. Burton Iras been a resident ot
Anderson fof ."fi years and his pro- j
gresslvc spirit and energy has made
him one of the foremost, citizens in!
wealth and influence. He has beon
a leader In all tho steps Anderson
hos taken in its progress' from a vil
lage to a city. He was first elected
as uldermap in '1906. Since Ithat
timo he has served three terms, these
EASTER~GR??T?NGS BY '
WIRE ON A DECORATED
FORM IS UNIQUE FLAN
Tito Western Union Telegraph com
pany, always progressive in plans for
making" more attractive it's telegra
phic service, made known yesterday
that telegram blanks with fancy Eas
ter decorations had been received at
tho local ?fllce and that persons ^de
siring to send greetings to friends
and relatives by wiro -would have
the privilege of sending timi on a
form similar to tho weoaon pomcard.
This IB considered by persons whri
have seen them a unique plan for
sending Easter Greetings, and doubt
less the "artistic service" will result
.in Increased ?business for the locnl of
Great, grand and glorious dis
play of Easter Flowera at Font's
Bishop's Bra ii ch Club.
The "Bishop's " Branch Democratic
club will meet at the Bishop's 'Branch
school house, April 22, 1916, Satur
' day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
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A NEW LID FOR EASTER
The young fellows have dis
covered our Hats for Spring.
They are losing no time in say
ing 'i'll take this one." '
Straws $1.50 io $3.50
Panamas $3.50 to $6
Leghorns $4 to $5 /
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