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A Word with Men on the Sunshiny Side of Life
About the Superiority of Our Young Men's Clothes
The young Men of today aro the hope of the Nation's repsonsibilities tomorrow. Big business- politics and the professions
oller their highest places to Young Men worthy of them, 'l here are only two classes of Young Men-those who are grow
ing into successes, and th ?sc who are drifting into failures. The world is straining its eyes searching for Rea! Young Men
I with shoulders squared for responsibility. And I he world in picking its young Men, judges them very largely by their
appearance. .Clothes do not make the man, bu? they do make a good or bad impression of him. Competition is so keen,
impressions so quickly m ide that no man can afford to handicap himself unnecessarily, or forego the advantage of that
"good impression" which is o easily made and which is oftimes so lasting There are a few big manufacturers who devote .
their whole facilities, experience and talents to designing and tailoring clothes, that give Young Men the success look.
W c have Slocked a Speia! Young Men's Department with the, Master Clothe? of those Master Makers,
Schloss Bros. Co. and Benjamin Washington Co.
These people are, without quer?an, al thc ve?*y lop of. the ladder in tho n:aking ol success-looking an.I success-bringing Clothes. They have somehow caught the knack
ut pultiug into these garment ss th ; distinctive uncommon look whic . ?etc the wt arer apart from his feW?. Quality, style and good tailoring are there, bul with them too,
that something which makes a man well-dressed without appearing exxtravagant; up-to-date without flashiness; brisk and clean-cut without a hint <-f offensiveness. You'll
find that these Clothes are made expressly for Young Men who have iiitir minds and eyes on the big po
sitions and want to look qualified to win and hold them. They are just as appropriate for older nun
who w ish to retaiti the appearance and spirit of young efficiency- Our prices for th?se top-notch
clothes are no more than for in fe rior makes elsewhere.
$15.oo to $25.oo
New Spring Shirts.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
New Shoes for Spring
Boyden Oxfords $6.00
Other Makes $3.50 to $4
Straw Hats $2.00 to $4
Stetsons $3.50 to $5.00
Panamas $5.00 tc $7.50
Union Suits $1 to $1.50
Shirts 25c to $1.00
Drawers 25c to $1.00
Sujts to Order
$15.00 to $50.00
PARKER & BOLT
ii M il
The One-Price Clothiers.
Item? of Interest end Person
Wireless on the S
Greek and Nefro
V'jisght A 'attie.
. One oT the G reeks connected with
ideal ca?e wus dozing in a chair at
tin- back ut the, chop-suey jolut yes
torday when a nugro drayma:i drove
back. Evidently tl.e Greek wan dream,
lng dt am:, of a war with the Mulga
ria**?1 Of HOme!Ina nf tlio bim) hncaiMu
k* ?wokc with a stare und tit o:? UK
negro, putnpelllug the poor fellow
severely. Te negro did not ntt...inpi to
defend himself until the Greek seized
a whip from a hoy's hands mid bemm
to belabor litui v.itli it. The negro
then landed u solar plexiui or two on
his antagonl.it und put him ont of
commission. However, the Greok caine
baek with u parvint Knife about n
yard lung and mu.le desperate cIT.irtn
to mit out the !?eort of tlie enmity.
They were ilnally parted und they will
he given a chance to axplain the whole
thing to Recorder Russell tomorrow
' Jfurb Advertising
W. H. Keene & ft?, reall/o that it
pay* to advertise und carry out this
Idea in Ute conduct or the business.
Tliey ure liberal UBera of1 newspaper
apune, and ure RIHO always wide-awake
to seize any opportunity for novelty
.tdverlislng. They yesterday received
a large number of miniature wutches.
with pretty ribbon bown, which they
are giving away to the children of
the city, free ot charge. All the lit
tle lol kit have to do ts to ask for the
Watch and they are. presented with it.
._yj.ii.. .i...... ?i,. i., ininiiaij UM rather
expensive Mr. Koese sayB he knows
What advertising m?ana.
? Closed Session.
Prof. A. W. Meredith of Cheddar was
In Anderson yesterday. Mr. Meredith
has been teaching the Cheddar school
finn loni a r?purtcr mi The init-iii
tncer that this rears work was far
tter than any ho had ever accom
plished before. Splendid closing ex
iles* were bold at the school Thurs
day night, consisting of recitations.
. tgues, etc., aad the neat aura of lil)
waa realised. There were about SRO
ms of the school In attendance
ld they ali said that they were pleaa.
willi the- work done both by pupils
id . teachera daring the scholastic
\ Chautauqua arrived tn the
city last night and tomorrow will take
aqua work, hoer patting
o ilniahlng touches on all the plana
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Y SPARKLETS *
al Mention Caught Drer the *
treats of Anderson *
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for tho splendid chautauqua week tc
be held in Anderson. The outlook foi
the week here ia very hright. Thr
tickets have been going at a lively rut?
and indlejitkons ure- thut Anderson
will make u financial success out of thr
venture and at (he same time tho |HK>.
plo nf ti?' nlty have an opportunity tc
see and hear some splendid perform
Mill Roys Won
Ki om the A.P. S.
A hasehall game wau played be
tween the Utting school leam and tiie
Cluck team at Beuna Vista park yes
terday afternoon. Thc mill team won
from the Academy hoys by a score ot
i:i to 2.1 After the Kaine was over
members of the school team said that
ifhey hud not bolted to win (he game,
[since Clink mill team was almost
| semiprofessional last year and l3 a
dandy this year.
Omitted tn Mst.
Through a typographical error the
principal name In the list of directors
ol' the Smith Realty Co., published In
j The ihtcillgpncor yesterday morning.
I was omitted. This WUH J. J. Smith,
I who organised tho company. Mr.
gmitb I? president and treasurer of
the company and is naturally one of
thc directors. The Intelligencer re
gret? that the omisi?n occurred, al
though it was entirely uiiintcntioual.
Mot eil Huck
Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Alewlne. who
have been making their home for the
last few months in Greenville, have
concluded that drinking Paris Moun
tain water ls not nearly so pleasant as
being Inhabitants of "My Town" and
have moved hack to this city. They
have occupied a house on Rlrckley
ntr?et and say that lt feels fine to be
To Send Delegate.
The Anderson chamber of commerce
yesterday received an Invitation from
the National Foreign Trades Conven
tion to send a representative to the
annual meeting, wblch takes place this
year on May 27-28. Headquarters ot
the convention will be at the Raleigh
hotel In Washington and it will be
a delightful event. In all probability
some member of the Anderson cham
ber of commerce will mike tne trip
and represent thia elly.
??a?sr-i ?V-i?u ??
Tbe baseball team of the Bailey MU.
bary Institute of Greenwood will come
to Anderson tnmortny ead play the
Anderson High School at Beuna Vlsti
park. The locals Journeyed over ti
Oreen wood Friday and played the E
Mi If, losing by- a, acote. Qi ..3 to ?J
However, tho high school believes tha
they cari do even! better than this a
home and feel almost Confident o
trimming the fast B. M. I team herc
The local boys will play In their nev
uniforms and they are boping for i
big crowd of Anderson rooters ti
cheer them on to victory. Batterie*
for Anderson, Kellett and Kay; for ti
M. I. Bonnet! and Blizzard.
May He Improved.
Porter A. Whaley, secretary o? thc
Anderson chamber of commerce, ha*
Lftk?Q nu with iiif Southern Expr?s*
Co., the matter of giving thin city an
cxprpss service on the early morn
ing trains over the Piedmont ?L- North
ern lines to Spnrtanburg and Green
ville. The local agent of the express
cotupuny ls assisting Mr. Whaley In
bbl efforts and lt ls believed that there
is some chaine of the additional ser
vice being provided. It would be
very pleasing to the public in general
und ef.p^'iully t<> Anderson merchants.
from "Big Bitch."
Addison IO. Hamlin of Corozul. Canal
Zone, l'a minia, arrived lil Anderson
>osterley for a short stay with friends
and volatiles: Mr. Hamlin Wt An
derson some time ago for Panama,
bul could not resist the temptation to
run bnck li?me and see how "the
folks" look. Ile has many friends In
Anderson and last night we was re
ceiving u warm welcome from them
I. nu rc II s Bid Not
J. B. Felton, county superintendent
of education, returned yesterday from
l-aurenu where he went to attend the
Laurens County School day. Mr. Fel
tOB Baili that he did not see any de
cided improvement in Laurens over
the Held day held by Anderson schools.
Ho said that the exhibits from the va
rious schools were more numerous and
perhaps better all told than those seen
hero but that he did not consider the
showing made by I.nurens superior
to the displays of the Anderson
MAY ORGANIZE A
NEW CHURCH HERE
Rev. James D. Kinard Comes
From Greenwood To Spook
AU Anderson people of the Lutheran
faith bare been asked to meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the high
school building on West Market street,
by Rev. James lt. Kinard of Green
wood, pastor of the Luthern church at
It is understood that the meeting
hfcro tala afternoon ls for the purpose
bf trying to establish, ft Lutheran
church In Anderson.. There bsa never
been a churehof this faith here, al
ti?bugYi1 rtrHT"TiIBU1 'Wiem are a
number oft |jj|||ffKfl?|?^ hprft now
VERMILUOM MAY DIE
FROM HIS INJURIES
TOUNG MAN IS IN SERIOUS
BACK IS BROKEN
None Of Others Injured In Fall
Of Balcony Friday Arc Se-. ,
Information received in Anderson
yesterday from into West was to tho
effort that W. F. VermllUon o? D?n
alas. Injured Friday night when the
hali-.my of tho new' muslo hall at thc
College for Women fell, is hardly ex
pected to recover. .Mr. Vcruiillion was
caw1 ht bet wei n th'? falling timbers of
the balcony and one nf.the. pews and
suffered a broken back, us well us in
ternal injuries. Yesterday it wu? said
that his body wa;; partially paralyzed
and there ia little hope held out hy
the attending physicians for his recov
ery, lu- was taken to columbia yos
lOrday and placed.in a hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Prue K. Cllnkscale*
and Mrs. Albert M. Sharpe of Ander
son were at Due Weat when the af
fair happened and they give a vivid
account of how the balcony slowly
carn MI cd to th*? floor ?nd the mad ex
: ch?ment following the catastrophe.
They said that.on tim whole The au
dience behaved In a remarkably fin?
It ls expect cl that the work of re
placing the balcony will at on oe he
begin and. will- pe given tho most
careful attention this .time. It ls still
imnnsxible to datermtn? <H|* ?ha* the
damage will a mon at to but it is un
! HiMtnAj test the Charlotte architects
who drew the plans for the building
have a man on the scene in an effort
to find out what caused the chains to
give away and to make preparations
for replacing that portion of the build.
lng suffering the most damage.
Feaad e Care fer Rheamatsav
"I suffered with ; rheumatism for
two yeera and could not get my ri&nt
hand to my mouth for that time,"
writes Lee I* Chapman, Mapleton.
Iowa. "I suffered terribie pain.so I
could not aleen or lte still mt nicht
Five >*<>?rs. a?o I. urtu miug Cham
berlain's Uniment and m two months
I was well and I hav? not Buffered
with rheumatism alnc?."-For sale by
COUPLE ARE BOUND
? AND BURNED ALIVE
?4ystery Of Double Murder and
Fire Baffles Police of South
(By Associated Pre3a)
Godden. H. P., April' 17.-Thc bodl^a
of W. H. Menzie, manager of the Far
I rarrr' Lumber Yard here, which waa
1 burned Issi r.inbt, sud his bioL'iCep
I er. Mles Blanche Signal, were found
today in the debris of tho yard office,
j Miss Signal's feet were tied with u
wiro and her band., wired behind her.
1 Her skull had been crushed with a
hammer, found nearby.. Menzie's
feet were wired together and a wire
was found on one wrist; the other
end wn:t broken, ll ir. skull had been
There is no clue and no known mo
tive for the murder han been discov
Mr. Menzlc and Miss Signal were
lent seen alive when they went to the
offlce about 8:30 last night to do
come extra work. Miss Signal" had
agreed to meet her mother at ft o'clock,
'lite fire ?'as discovered at 11:30. but
hud gained irresistible headway.
Women who saner fron ttio twjkaesa
peculiar lo their sex neni a vitalising tunic "
and a purifying remedy. This is furulsju-d
ia tho harmtau ?tut yet very . (Tact Ivo com
pound ititi for ?> years lias anlptort and lind
viic apiiruvmi ui iiiuiiMuui iii \>o;iirii ia lt"?
Cnrollnas. Ita action lV Krst. lo remove nil
blood impurities, then to enerrtte and res?
lalo all functions uf the digestive system:
tbrn to feed all nerve tentera. With lela
procesa the bodily functions become nor
mal, palu dlaappoars. corves axe steadied
and lifo becomes worth the living. Maur
or your neighbor* have b<?*3 helped by lt.
Try ii yourself, rod lof.mhowtb.oy benefltcd.
Your drittelst prob? Sly baa IL If not send
his name and one dollar lot a blf bottle to
REM BOY SALES CORPORATION?
fit connection wi lt tba Ko mod r for tho
cur? of so nw and the relief uf loOato^.i
and conge?ed tnrface*. It ia eaueetany
valuable lo women, and should always
be used for ul ca ra Oona.
roted. Six years having; elpased since
Peri y's time on thc county ronda ex
pired, granting that the above date is
correct, the Governor's orders cannot
bc complied with in this, instance.
Mr". Mccombs said'that he" has never
heard Of Willis Perry.
It is probable that a mistake 'has,
been made in paroling thc negro from'
For the Hotel
Those Anderson men who are
wo.king for the u.-w hotel here-said
Friday (hat they had by no means
f Ivon un hnnn nf helOK ?l?CCeSS?Ul 5?*d
thai un j ?. was Dtiii BO?II? i.iiuucr ni
belog able to raise thc required sum.
The Richmond rem who proposed the
affair offer to pu. .n $6f>,000 if Ander
son people will raise the remainder.
Most of the property owners visited
have subscribed to the stock for they
realizo lt will help their property.
One of the gentlemen interested in
the deal discussed the matter with a
reporter for The Intelligencer yester
day. He pointed out tbe fact that all
over the country impressions concern
ing a town are formed by what the
traveling men say and he Bald that
'lt the traveling men reported Ander
son with one hotel only. and it In
sufficient to take care of the business
kt all -times, people abroad would,
think that Anderson waa a "one-hotel"
town and not worthy of two. He point
ed out that a number of conventions
come to thia city annually when lt
ts almost a dire necessity that more
hotel facilities be had.' Thia gentle
man r.aid that If Anderson people did
not take up tho present proposition
they need never hope for another aa
?EPORTKD BY R?KELS
l Merita?? UUaf a Tm WMUA ?M U?l?? .
NaCb;. Avis., April 17.-Censored
messages received here today indicates
labor troubles which occurred lent
week at Canea Copper Mines over the
de por i ion of union leaders by rebels
bave been renewed. The American
superintendent of the Puerta Gita mines
?nnnnrnnii.nl .W * V? ^ pitarte. /-'ita
[ Mines, it would appear, ia about to be
- e -
These Noblemen Had
. .. ' ?
"Paris, April 17.-Count Maximilian
Von Montgelas, a Barrar?an nobleman,
and four other persons were arrested
today after a hot chase on the boule
vards, and charged with attempting to
steal jewels valued at $120,000 from a
lewler'a Mlntrntn r?hc rv.iir.ta.... Vnti
Montgelas, the divorced wife of an
Austrian officer, also was arrested af
ter a search of her apartment diedos,
ed a large cheat ?2 Jewels winch the
police say was stolon. .
IS li BIflHT TO ADVERTISE
Men who have played the wily game
of politics have discovered that the
beet way to distract tho attention of
the people from their own shortcom
ings ls to make a loud-inoutheci sen
sational ' attack ' upon some-one I else.
As the cuttlefish eludes Ha pursuer .by
clouding the surrounding water with
the contents ot ita Ink sac, so the po
litical adventurer takes advantage of
the ignorances and prejudices of the
people to escape from his indefensible
position by muddying the water of
A case in point made in the recent
attack made upon the religious press
fi j i* carrying ?'ocri Cola ? ~C"?Tt'"in~.
This attack was made by a politician
who wna supposed to be an expert in
chemistry but who, having brought a
suit against the Coca-Cola Company,
was humiliated by having to acknow
ledge that ho could not qualify, os an
expert. The court decided In favor of
the Coca-Obla ' Company i as lt was
Clearly shown that the orfly essential
~ifleren.ee between Coca-Cola and coffee
of tea Is that the former contains
only about half as much caffcine'as
the latter and the flavor Is different.
The question os to whether - if ls
right to advertise Coca-Cola seems*to
resolve itself into the question ?rtSo
whether it 1B Tight to advj-\r
tfse''.oeVdfc?;,Chocolate, cocoa,., and
other beverages of the caffeine group.
Look to Your Plumbing.
You know what happens !D a house
in which the plumbing lg hi poor con
dition-everybody In the house is lia
ble to contract typhoid fever or some
other fever. The digestive: organs
perform the same functions In tbs hu
man body as the plumbing does for
the house, and should be kept In first
class condition from time to time. If
you have and trouble with your, di
gestion take Chamberlain's Tablets
and you are certain to get quick re
lief. For sale by Evana' Pharmacy.
.Hefting of the OrfvITle' Democratic
The Orrvllle Democratic Club .will
meet Saturday, April Zfith, at i&tf p:
i?., in accordance with the rules of
the democratic party,-,All the votera
are urged to attend as business unim
portance-will be attended to.
w. W.78COTT, Preac,
VILLA SWIPED "COTTON'
El Paso, Tex.. April 17.-An injune
lion to prevent the Texas and Pacifia
railroad from rensoring seventy car?
of cotton shipped bore form Torre?n,
wa? nM?|n*4 hPTC ISMS? ?TV tb*
two foreigners Jose Maria DeOlano and
Al va ra Cal lega. Spanish subjects, who
olaira ownership of the cotton end
who declare lt was confiscated by Vil
la at Torreon April 7.