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I BROKE MY
Olice and found how inconvenient It
was to be unable to use my eyes for
the balance of the day.
I made a resolve then that I would
make It possible to replace a broken
lens, however complicated Its formula
the same day the order was left with
I have succeeded even better than
I hoped, for new we are able to re
place any broken lens, even where
you do not give us the prescription,
In from oao to three hours, with an
exact duplicate MADE IN OUR OWN
Is this worth anything to you? If
so remember this advertisement the
next time you break a lens.
This Is only oue example of the
thoroughness and modernnoss of my
M. R. CAMBEL?
Office 112 W. Whltner St.
Ground Floor. *
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J. M. McCown's Grocery
Oranges...15c, 20 and 26c
Apples, per peck.40c
Raisins. 2 lbs.26c
Nuts per lb.25c
Bananas. ...15 and 20c
Cranberries. ..10c qt
Prunes, 2 lbs.25c
Citron, nor lb.. ...20c
National Biscuit Co.'s Fruit Cake
at per pound... .506
General Manager of Southern
. Bell Telephone Co. Writes
' The following letter of regret was
received hero yesterday from Mr.
Morgan Spelr, general manager of tho
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph
Company, in rogret at his inability to
nt i end the annual mooting of tho lo
cal commercial organization.
Charlotto, N. C. Jan; 27, 1015.
Anderson Chamber of Commerce, An
derson, S. C.
Dear Sirs: I appreciate very much
your 'telegraphic Invitation to attend
tho annual meeting of the Anderson
Chamber of Commerce on the 25th
instant.' ' *
While your message was received
too late for me to catch the train In
time to havto attended this meeting,
tho illness of my wife would have pre
vented my attendance, even If I had
known of It in time.
T appreciate vory much your re
membering me on this occasion
which it would have given me very
great pleasure to attend were it pos
I hopo this year will be one ol
great growth, development' and pros
perity for the Anderson ' Chamber oi
Commerce and yoti personally.
Yours very trniv.
MORGAN n. SP?IR,
Tho pr}ce'' of cotton on "the Iocs
market yesterday was 8 conta. ^
h-grade Shoes is st
iys' Sale, but it is
lay to day in order 1
et the same reducth
HIGHEST HONOR TO STATE'S
UPON U. D. C. LADIES
MRS. R. S. LIGON
AND MISS BONHAM
Appointed Matron of Honor and
Sponccr for Both National and
Genural Ben). 11. Teagiie, command
nr of the United Confederate Veter
ans, South Carolina division, has an
nounced the appointments of Mrs. Fa
* ELECTRIC C?T
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
Fant lias a truly beautiful window
this week. It is artistic in conception
and the idea haH been beautifully car
ried out. The window is made of pots
of Lavender Primrose, with, the floor
of the show window covered with lav
ender dyed saw dust, and the laven
der flowers in potB wrapped in lav
ender crepe paper. All In all, the dis
play is very attractive indeed; well
worth walking a mile or so to see.
The yellow window was very pretty,
but not iu the same class with tlii3
Bet urn From
Messrs. G. P. Browne, editor of the
Daily Mail, and W. W. Smoak, editor
of The Intelligencer, returned yester
day afternoon from Clemson College,
where they went to attend the meet
ing of the farm demonstration agents
of tho State, which has beon held
there this week. These gentlemen
were guestB of the college, and arc
loud In their praises for the hospital
ity which they were' received, nnd the
great work this collego is doing In
connection with the farm demonstra
For This County..
Tho ligures for cotton giaued in An
derson County up to January 16. show
a considerable falling oft in the
amount of the fleecy staple thut has
been, recorded at tho gins of the coun
ty. This-year there have been 54.2?5
bales reported while up to the sumo
time lost year there were 70,588 bales
Sir. Burnett Uqes
' ?Y M*.> Burnett, muuagcr of the Par
amount theatre, left yesterday for
AshevUle on busiucss for tho theatre.
It is the purpose of Mr. Burnett to
hs?cur? additional feature* to be
shown at the Paromunt, thereby add
ing to the enjoyment of this alroady
popular moving picture bouse.
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F. E. Wat kin s
Conflned to Home.
. The' friends of P. B. Watklns will
regret to learn that ho is confined to
his home on Hast Rtvpr street with
an attack of rheumatism.
Try this! Doubles beauty of
your hair and stops it
Your hair becomes light, wavy,
fluffy, adundant and appears as soft,
lustrous and. beautiful ns a young
girl's after.a "Danderino hair cleanse."
Just try thta?moisten a cloth with a
little Dander! no- and.carefully draw H
through your".hair,, taking mm small
strand at e, time. This will cleanse
HI attracting the ?
to clean out all hi|
)n no matter what <
S. Llgon of this city as matron of
honor and Miss Martha A. Honham of
this city as sponsor for South Caro
lina, at both the Richmond reunion
for tho whole, to he held on June 1,
2 anil 3, and lor the State reunion at
Columbia, a date for which has not
yet been ret.
Theas two appointments are the
highest honor possible to pay South
Carolina's, womanhood by a State
commander, and the appointments
are not only a splendid compliment
to Mrs. Llgon and Miss Bnnhnin, but
also to the city of Anderson, which
so splendidly entertained the State
reunion last year. Seldom, if ever
before, have the two major appoint
ments from South Carolina been made
from one city. It is unusual, but
(Ion. Teaguo desired to do son..*hing
big for Anderson because of "be
city's splendid reception to the o?
soldiers last year when they met
Y SPARKLETS *
ial Mention Caught Over the *
I tree to of Anderson #
^fr ^ flfr ^* V V ^ ^r* V V 4?
Will Install Seats
III Opera House.
Judge Fowler, president of the An
derson Development Co. was notified
by wire yesterday from Chicago that
a representative of the American Seat
ing Co., the firm which sold the seats
for the new opera house, would be in
Anderson on February 2nd to beein In
stallation of the seats. The scenery
for the house will also be placed next
Of Elks Lodge.
An important meeting of Andersos
Lodge No. 1206 Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks was held at tat>
homo of the lodge last night. Reports
of the various cucom^ocs were rt
Relighted With *
All Steel Cars.
Those passengers who have had oc
casion to take a trip on the new Blue
Ridge all steel cars are delighted with
the improvement over the old cars,
both in appearance and comfort.
There are no finer cars in use cn any
train anywhere than these new steel
cars, nnd they will l-c sure to increase
the travel on this road.
J. W. Ashley
Mrs. J. N. Pearman spent yesterday
with her father, J. W. Ashley, at his
home near Honea Path, and states
that his condition is much improv
ed. Mr. Ashley some time ago was
stricken with paralysis but yesterday
was able to be out In his buggy again
and made a trip to his farm.
The annual meeting of the State
Teachers' Association will be held "in
Florence March 25-27. AH public
school teachers or the' county:are in
vited to attend this meeting. There
will doubtless be many to avail them
selves of Ulis opportunity^
City Editor of
Mr. L. M. Glonn, city editor of The
Intelligencer, bus been'confined-to his
bed for several - days fol?owing a
severe attack of acute indigestion. Ho
was" taken "sick -'suddenly Tuesday
and-was quite 111 for-almost two days
i-25 GENT DAHDER1NE
ihevbalr :ot tfusL dirt nnd o\ce3sivc
oil nnd In lust a few' me: "<?v;t?? vnu
have doubled'the beauty ufyouv:r.air.
' Besides beautifying the halr .it ono
Darldhrlne -dissolves ev*ry- partible *>1
darrdruff. ;cleaTfscs. purlfies-^anri invig
orates tb*?"???t? reaverstOppl^gtitoh
insr and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
bo after a irew-weeks'. UBe-.wh6ni;yoii
will acthnlly seo new- hair?tine nn?l
dowfrv ' tit " $rst-^yps*?-bn? . renllv new
hoir growtng nil over the scalp. II
yne'enre for pretty,' soft hair nnd loti
of.-ft surely get, a 25.cent.'bottle .'ol
Kno vUon's Dandorine front any drug.
gfet- 3p toilet counter, and just try it
ittention of good Si
?h Shoes to make r<
lay you come.
as a result of the attack. His friends
will he glad to leant, however, that he
is improving rapidly, and may hi- able
to return to his work during the duy
"That It pays to advertise, and pays
well." is the way Mr. John T. Bur
riss speaks of a small advertisement
In? ran for a day of two in The Intel- |
ligencer. When the home of Mr. Ed
wards burned a few days ago Mr. I
Burriss placed a small advertisement
in this newspaper, and he a direct re
sult" of the wide publicity given it, he
has booked three large orders.
Two days without ruin bus had a
wonderful effect on the streets in An
derson und on the roads of the coun
ty. The streets and the roads are
actually getting to be passable hi
spots already, and it is felt that If
there can be a week of sunshine at
one time before summer a few bug
gies might be used in certuin sections
of the city and county. The sound of
an automobile would frighten a horse
almost to death, if one could per
Nurjc run anywhere in Anderson,
-vlng is badly needed.
: Rev. 1 uuner s
I Sunday Appointments.
Rev. Sam W. Danner announces that
there will be preaching by the pastor
I at New Hope Sunday morning at 11
I o'clock. Sunday evening at Providence
! at \\ o'clock sharp, and Sunday night
at Bethel. A full attendance of the of
I flcials is desired, to attend to any
business that may come up.
J. S. Heller of Saudy Springs was
in the city yesterday.
Lu A. Burgess of Union Grove was
among the visitors in the city yester
SYRUP OF FIGS
FOR GROSS, SICK
If Little stomach is sour, liver
torpid or bowels
Mothers can rest easy nfU*r giytr.".
"California Syrup of Pigs," because in
a few hours all the elbgged-un .vaste,
sour bile and fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and you have
a well, playful child again. Children
soapiv will not take the time from
play to empty their bowels, and they
become tightly packed, liver . gets
sluggish and stomach disordered.
When cross, feverish, restless, hpo
if tongue Is coated, then givo this
delicious "fruit. laxative." Children
love it. and It can not cause injury.
No difference what alls your little
one?If full of cold, or a sore throat,
diarrhoea, stomachache, bad breath,
remember, a gentle "Inside'cleansing"
should always be the first treatment
given. Full directions for babies, chil
dren of nil ages and grown-ups arc
printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit syrups. At',
your druggists for a GOcent bottle ol
"California" Syrup of Figs," then look
carefully and see that it is made by
the "California' Fig Svrup caruoany.'
Wc make no smaller, size. Hand hack
with contempt any ?th?r'syrup.
VDERSON CHURCH W?R*
VENTION -TO BE H
" ; ' -1 ' - '-..?. til
K?y. W. H- .Fr?xer, pastor of tl
First Presbyter lau church.of thl3 cltj
has beep working. very: hard thh
week trying to secure a dclegatloi
to the fourth biennial convention of tel
laymen's movement, which will con
vene In Aho. Socand ? Presbytorlai
' churchy Charlotte, Nr C-. In 'February
' This is one- of tho great inspirations
meetings of. the laymen of the. South
cm Presbyterian church,, and Dr
Frur.er aaya that there is nothinj
1 which generates enthusiasm like thli
great gathering -of. the men of thi
; church. At "Birmingham, where. tin
1 first convention was held' in 1903
. there was something of a nentneosta
' scene. Men arose on th* floor by th<
I scores and dpd'.cntcd;.their lives ti
I the . cause of the foreign ..field, am
I "those who- could not go gave - thel
- thousands- to send others.- Simita:
f scenes haife been witnessed at'the In
i tervenlng. meetings which- were heb
t at Chattanooga in 1911, arid Memphi
- in 1913. :
"1 wpu'.d rathor t?rh a dozen" rdoi
loe buyers. This is
^LE that .will pM
)om for our Spring i
1 Save tl
??..? SEE 1
a >? a MIL
ADDRESSES ANDERSON !
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS ,
Miss Janye Garlington Making j
Effort to'Induce Young Ladies '
ta Plant Tomatoes.
MIsb Juyne Garlington, county toma- |
to eiub organizer, addressed the pupils 1
of the Anderson High school at the
West Market street school yesterday
morning in an effort to get the young
Indies who are attending this school i
to plant,tomatoes. As a result of her .
visit and talk fifteen of the members ]
of the high school expressed their in- .
tentlon to plant toma'toes according to
the terms offered girls in cities and .'
towns. It is necessary for tho parents ]
of the girls to give their consent be
fore they can be enrolled, so it 1z
hoped that every girl who wishes to
become a member of the tomato club
work in Anderson will not only have
the consent of their parents, but their'
insistence that their daughters join
Miss Garlington stated that she
wiBhed to take advantage of Mr. Fur
man Smith's offer, and.also wiBhed to
have the offer of some town lot near
the center of the city to be used for
tiie tomato patch by the girls.
Disapprove Increase !? li?tes. ;
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2?.?-Proposed
increases in rates on clay in car
loads from point in Georgia and South
Carolina to -New York, Boston and
interior eastern points over the
Sou tin ru Railway and connections
were disapproved today by the Inter
state commerce commission .
I Another Vessel Iteported Lost.
.MOBILE. Ala., Jan. 28?The Auier
ican barkentlne Ethel V. Boynton,
I owned in this city, has been lost at
Sea, according to .a telegram recelv
. od today by ship brokers here. Tho
I message came from Captain Walde
j mar. who gave no details except that
I he, his wife and sister and the ves
I sol's cr?w had reached New York in
j safety. The Ethel V. Boynton rcgls
, tered 654 tons. She sailed from Mo
I bile December 2G With a cargo of
I timber for Genoa.
Rev. N. G. Ballenger or Seneca was
among the visitors in the. city, yester
'I Mrs. F. M. Armstrong has return
: ed to her home In Savannah after vis
iting ?n the city. .
IING HARD TO SECURE A
OURTH BI-ANNUAL CON
ELD IN CHARLOTTE,
is, irWd l?i
helo?se In my congregation fresh from
r spch a convention than to havb Billy
a ?unday conduct a revival." declared
i Dr.i Frazer in speaking of the great
i coming .event. He has divided tho
f .roll of his church Into 12 parts, an
i pointed a chairman for each commlt
. teo- and addressed a letter to each
I chairman with the hope of having
* each committee send a representative
* to the (.atherjng. A, deputation
I speaker was offered by the committee
\ In Charlotte; but inasmuch as he
\ would hawy been compelled to : leave
* on the Seobath day to attend a rally
. in Greenville it was though unwise to
; hnvte him come. .
s The . best sneakers of the country,
y including suph.m^r^as Wii??m T. EK
\ Hb, Robert .E. Sneer. John R. Mott
P and George Innas, are on the pro^
r gram. . ,The railroads have given re
i ducad rates, the round trip faro from
j Anderson being 4>nly $4.30. It kreer
a tain that a largo delegation -will g?
from the;JrTeshrterian churches of:
y Anderson end vicinity.
k ~~ - v : ? 1
Jnto everyone is given the right to
nvestlgate, hut many remain ig
?orant on the most important sub
lets by accepting hearsay as facts.
>Ye give the 'y
WHY, WHEREFORE I
IM? PROOF I
tor everything we do in our our op
Wa are ready to show you whether
you have eye trouble qr. not and to
prove that glasses will'^ivc you relier.
Investigate our system, learn the Im
portance of thoroughness and scien
tific training necessary to ono who
professes to treat the eye.
The Shur-Fit Optical
310 S. Main Street
GROUjND FLOOR *
Something For Nothing
Youngs Island, S. C, Nov. 3?, 1914,
To get started with you wc maka
you *rs following offer. Send ts $1.60
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabba&o Plants,
grown in the open air and will stand
freezing, grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Bolgina. & Son and Thorbom
& Co., and I will send you l.GOO'. Cab
bage Plants additional FREE, and you
can repeat the order as mo:iy -times
as you like. I will give you special
prices on Potato Seed . and Potato
Plants later. Wo want the cccounts
of close buyers, large and. small. W*
can supply all.
A Sketch and Tribute to *4The
LittleMother" of the College
Wfll Be Read.
Founders' Day is a great event
Lander College. This year It felts on
Saturday night, January 30, being
the birthday of Dr. Lander. The ex
ercises will open ai 8 p. mt The essav
will bo rend ty Dr; Frank Lander anil
It will be a a?.etch and tribute td Mrs.
l*ander~Mft& Llttld Mother* c of tho
college. Tho address will bo deliver
ed by Dr. Stonewall Andersen," the
general sofcretary.of education of the
wliolo Southern Methodist church.
Good music wilt add to tho pleasure
of the occasion.. Everybody invited.
Tho following is, the program:
1. Vlolia.and platio^-M?D???' Isidor
and Bailey. *
% Prayer. "c. !. : -.
. .%: Sdnge^M?sa'Gfif?lths.
T^%s!&^-^ *tr8' L- 'A- i?er
Dr. Frank Lander.
Stonewall Andornen t