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We beg to announce that
Miss Gertrude King
H. W. Gossard Co.
will he here
Feb. 4th* 5 th and 6th
Thursday* Friday and Saturday
when she will do special fitting in Gossard Corsets
May we expect you?
The Largest Corset Department in Upper Carolina
* ELECTRIC CIT
* items of Interest and Person)
* Wireless on the Si
Capt. R. J. Ramer, president of the
South Carolina Bottlers association,
which will bold its annual meeting in
Columbia on February 16, stated yes
.terday that the bottlers association
and all shippers of this class of goods
were highly in favor of the bill to tlx
the basis of intrastate express chargea
and rates and the maximum charges
of express companies doing business
in South Carolina, which ij now be
fore the legislature.
Long and Whaley
tio to Colombia.
Porter A. Whaley, secretary of the
chamber of commerce, and Prof. W. W.
Long, State agent of the Farmers < o
' operative DemoniAration W?rk, with
headquarters - at- Glemson - College,
leave this morning for Columbia,
wh'?r? they will appear this after
noon at 4 o'clock before the Ander
son County delegation, at the Jeffer
son Hotel, with reference to securing
an appropriation of $800 for furthering
agrlculturaf work in Anderson County.
A communication received yesterday
at the chamber of commerce from C.
H. Bleich, secretary and manager of
the Bleich Amusement company,
lessees of the Anderson Theatre, stilt
ed that ho would leave Hopkinsville,
Ky., his present home. February 2,
stop over in Atlanta February 3 and
arrivo hi Anderson February 4.
But One Public
There was.but one sale of land yes
terday under the authority of the
Judge of probate, this being in the
case of the Citizens National bank
versus L. K. ^Jorreyce, individually
and as executor. In thlB#case a 1-4
. acre lot on Nor ris street was sold to
the Citizens National Bank for (ho
sum of $750.
Mr. A. J. HUrst of Maysville. N. C.
is. now in the office of Dr. S. G. Bruce
studying dentistry. Mr. Hurst will at
tend the Baltimore College of Dental
Surgery at Its next session He is a
bright- young man and has already
y * made, numerous, frionds and admirers
-lln.the city; He will be accorded a warm
welcome to AnderHon.
SfcJ - < 0
.-. .Receipts of cotton at the standard
Warehouse platform for the season up
^January 30, amounted to 15,258
l?s. The receipts fpr tbe oorre
jndlng pejiod last year Were 18,
\bT$e ?Jffferenc? in favor of thp
iviouB season amounts to 3,623
ILS! 6118! 11) MS
Wc your hair! Make it soft, fluf
joy of it. .Your hair becomes
wavy,-fluffy,-abundant and ap
as soft, lustrous' and beautiful
a young girl's after a Dander I n e
' cleanse. Just try this?moisten
with - a little Dnnderlne and
iily:.drav it through your hair,
is; -Uriwll strand at a "time,
ctoanse the hair of dust, dirt
or excesBlvo oil.'aad In just a few mo
. hr ; 'V c ; " v ; . t-. v
Y SPARKLETS *
bJ Mention Caught Over the *
treeto of Anderson
rf? ^ ^ ^ -Y? ^f* ^*? ^ ^f? ?y JJfs
Dr. J. E. Wat sen
Co me s to LlTe.
Dr. rj. E. Watson, formerly of Iva,
lias moved to Anderson where he will
make hla home. He has taken a house
at 215 Calhoun street aud has offices
in the new Ligon and Ledbetter fire
proof office Building. Dr. Watson
practiced medicine successfully ut Iva
for 15 years. He and his delightful
family will be accorded a warm wel
come to Anderson. It will be of in
terest also to know .that Mrs. Watson
is a cousin of Senator J. L. Shcrard.. d?
Theatre und Depot
Heats By Tolly
The seats for the new Anderson
Theatre and the seats for the new
station of the Blue Ridge depot were
purchased through O. F. Tolly & Son.,
among the leading furniture - dealers
of. the -State. The seats for both the
theatre and the station have arrived
and will be placed in position In the
next few days.
Prof. II Irks lilt
Null on Head.
As predicted Saturday by Prof. W.
H. Hicks, Anderson County's well
known weather seer, it rained yester
day. Coming after several day j of
most delightful weather, the rain yes
terday was all the more disagreeable.
Particularly hard showers fell during
the morning, and during the afternoon
the precipitation was rather steady.
There was little sign . of clearing
weather at a late hour last night. The
rainfall for January, according to in
formation given out by Weather Ob
server H. H. RuBsell, was 5.29 inches.
The rainfall for January 1914 amount
ed, to 1.85 incites.
. -? 11
Broke Into the
WhenX'apt. R.. J. Ramer went to his
office in the local Coca-Cola plant at
2 o'clock Sunday afternoon he dis
covered Henry Sims, a negro boy of
some 10 years, couched under u table
in the factory. The boy stated that
he had been locked up in' the place
.since Saturday afternoon, . having
dropped in there during the day and
going to sleep. CapL Ramer called
Policeman Sanders who took the boy
to the'county jail, where later the
orlsoner admitted that he had broken
into the place about 10 o'clock Sun
day morning. The boy will be tried on
charge of housebreaklng, and probably
at the present session of court.
Will Build Home
On South Main St.
It bas been announced- that Mrs.
Nim B. Sullivan has purchased from
Mr. D. LL> O. Moore a handsome build
ing lot on South Main street between
the residences of Mr. H. H. Acker and
Mrs. Lizzie Sullivan. The lot is on
the east ' side v>f the street, in front
of the residence of Mr. W. W. Su il I
i BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR
meuts you have doubled the beauty of
your 'hair. A delightful surprise
awaits those whose hair has been neg
lected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brit
tle, or thin. Besides beautifying the
hair, Danderine dissolves every partl
Ucle of dandruff; cleanses, purillbs
and invigorates th? scalp, forever
stopping itching and tailing hair, but
what will please you most will be af
ter a few week's nse, when yon see
new hair?fine and downy at first
yes?but really new hair growing all
over, the scalp. If yon earefor Ptct
ty, npft halr, and lots of it. surely get
a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dnn
derihe from any drug Btore or toilet
counter and Just try it,
van, and measures 124 feet on the
front with a depth of 210 feet. The
purchase ' prioe is said to have been
54,000. the deal being negotiated
through tiie Frank and DeCamps
Realty Co. It is understood that Mrs.
Sullivan will erect a colonial borne on
Drugged IS Miles
Of County Roads.
Last Saturday morning Messrs. Will
Stevenson. A. S. Masters, D. F. Cham
blee, J. L. McUill and L O. Dean put
several split log dr ^s to work on the
Mountain Creek J, dragging some
15 miles hese gentlemen
worked their section *?
the counts ae of Mr. It M
Russell, belo.. y. Here the won
was taken u- r irrled through t
the city limit* 's* Mr. J. Fulmer Wo*
.j.. Window Display.
The Hubenstein Co. have a very at
tractive window display of the famous
"Black Cat" hose for women and chil
dren this week. The display Is wry
comprehensive indeed; having -a full
showing v>f cotton, lisle, and silk hose*]
for ladles in all colors, with a very
large showing of children' hose. With
the display of the hose is a nice dis
play of window card3 and posters of
dinerent designs calling attention to
the merits of this well known brand
Knill l'ut Stop
To Coed Work. "
. Rain yesterday morning put a stop
to the good work of dragging the
streets of the city. Last week Street
Overseer GUmer put several drags to
work and had put West Market street
and South Main stieet in excellent
shape. He was planning to invade
other .streets of the city yesterday
morning and complete the job when J.
Pluvis butted In and interfered. .
JBB?. W. A. MUDUEMS, Editor
- ' Phono 87.
Miss Anna Ross Cunningham will
typend toduy with friends in Green
Culhoun Street Club.
The Calhoun Street Club will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
with Miss Ella Mac Cummings at her
home on Sbarpe street.*
Mrs. X. L. Fant of Walhalla, who
has been visiting her mother; Mrs. W.
G. Smith, goc3 to Williamston today
to visit Mrs. E. E. Epting.
Mrs. James L. Aull has returned !
from a week's visit to Xewberry.
Kose HUI Club.
Today Is card afternoon at the
Roso Hill Club and several tables
haVe been arranged td play.
Mrs..T. B. Curtis has been spending:
the past week In Greenwood with her
sister, Mrs. Sam Brun son, who Is s er- ]
lously ill. at the Greenwood hospital.
Mrs. Curtis came home Sunday .but
will return to Greenwood today.
'Ws. Crujton III.
Mrs. F. B. Crayton. was called to
Darlington yesterday afternoon .by the.
illness of his mother, Mrs. Saille Cray-'
ton. Mrs. Crayton makes her homo
with her daughter, Mrs. W. .B. Mc
- Mr. and Mrs. George Lettner have
returned to Augusta after a visit to
Mrs. Leitner's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
J. D. W?hlte.
Miss Balles .Entertains.
Miss Azalee Balles entertained . a !
friends at a charming and delighuV.
little supper last evening at her
home on Calhoun street. After sup
per cards were enjoyed^ for <fevera'<
hoard. Her guests were: Mr. ami
Mrs. Knde Sanders, Miss. Mrnganw
Archeri Miss Gertrude 8s*viers, Or.
Wade; Thompson, Mr. Ned ? Provout,
and Dr. Mac Sanders.
BE SM HERE TODAY
The Rose of the Rancho is the
Offering at the Paramount
The ItoHG of tho Runclio, which will
be the Paramount lcature at tho Par
amount theatre toilny. Is the best
thing David 'Belnsco has ever pro
duced. according to that urtists'a own
verdict. The ?iui consists of live east
with :'?<?0 scones;* .it li r-pokeii of as a
magnificent dramatic classic. The
leading part in the play is taken by
Bessie Harrlscale, who is supported
by a capable special cast.
The following synopsis of the play
will be of interest to those who eon
template* seeing the picture:
In the year 1800 when the govern
ment at Washington decreed that all
ranch owners must register their
properties, the, Spanish raneheros of
California, already seemihgly humil
iated by romtng under the rule of the
hated 'Gringos," refused to comply
and a i.ystem of claim jumping or Beiz
ureu developed. Great bauds of land
jumpers roamed about and chief
among these was on Kincaid of Ne
The government, learning of the
land jumping and that the illicit trade
was growing, sent Kearney, a secret
agent to California to investigate.
Kincaid. a worthless and con
scienceless scoundrel, learns from
one of his men that Senor Espinoza.
a rich Spanish rant-hero has vowed
that he will never register his land,
and seizing the opportunity, Kincaid
and his men ride down on the Espino
za family when thev are at dinner.
Ignoring protests and refusing cash,
Kincaid takes possession of the ranch
and I sa bel it a. tho eldest daughter, is
captured by a half breed, who while
fighting for possession of the girl,
mortally wounds Esplnoza,. and Isa
belita, knowing her fate at the hands
of the half breed, kills herself.
Kincaid and his men then sit at the
table and shake dice to decide the pos
session of the other two Espinoza
Kearney and his two colored boys
arrive. Hiding across country, on the
way to old Monterey. Kearney en
counters Juanita (Wanlta) the rose of
Uie Castro ranch. I sing the pretext
of strangers mutually attracted to
each other, the one asks the way to
Monterery and the other gives the di
rection. Juan it a, although engaged to
the rich bon Lpis, continues her flir
tation with Kearney.
Kearney learning of the Kincaid
raid on the Espinoza ranch, goes to
warn Juanitu. Juanita takes , the
warning in un indifferent manner und
her mother,, a high strung Spanish
woman of tho" continental school, see
ing Kearney, accepting a flower from
Juanita, refuses to take Kearney's ad
vice 4o register her ranch, and orders
him from the place.
Kearney sees Kincaid surveying the
Castro ranch and goes to the padre at
the mission house and begs him to use
hla influence with the Castros to pre
vail upon them to register their ranch
'To church through the padre's gar
den comes Juanita and. though *he
hag vowed never to speak to tho
American again, the oadre. convinced
of Kearney's sincerity and honesty,
I brings them together. Although Jua
nita refuses to register the ranch, she
! coquettes with Kearney and Kearney
! impulsively sieze? her and presses a
kiss on her Hps..
All conuettry vanishes and Juanh-i
: admits she loves the dashing Ortryio,
j Don Luis, who witnesses the pretty
' scene, rushes to Csstxo Rancho and
tells Juanita's mother.
; -Kearney wins Klnfaid's friendship
and learns that he Intends siezing the
Castro ranch. He prevails upon Jua
nlta to secure the papers, rushes to
the registry office and returns in time
to participate in Juanita's betrothal
"'Juanlta Implores Don Luis to give
her up, but he steadfastly refuses.
Kearney arrives at the ('astro ranch
just in time to meet Kincaid, wb/> Is
about to raid JU. Pretending, friend
ship he is enabled to delay the raid,
'unnita mistakes Kearney's attitude
as .being against her family. Kearney
succeeds in dealying Kincaid until
?Vidier* arriv?e. A terrible fight en
'jues and Kincaid and his men are
overcome, just, as they are about to
sieze/ Kearney and tbe Castros.
Kearney and Juanlta are married
quietly by the padre and all ends
with a beautiful scene. In the padre's
garden*as it began there.
When costive or troubled with con
stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They are: easy to take and most, agree
able in effect. Obtainable everywhere.
We will have one f
mares on Thursday, Febi
for two and pay the dit?'t
pay the Cash for true wa
mules in boys and chan
stock while you have the
Twenty-five words or ledi. One T
tftx Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Kates od l.OOu words to
No advertisement tosen for less
It your name appeara Id the tele
yonr want ad to 821 and a bill will
lVAWTED-^-Clean cotton rags. The In
telligencer Job Printing Depart
WANTED?To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrious of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE. COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED?The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $6.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C Box 75.
WANTED?You to buy your "Sunday
Goodies" from tho Anderson Pure
Food Co.?Cakes, PieB, Cream
' Puffs, Buns, Rolls, and "Aunt
Mary's Crcum Bread. Store at
Anderson, Bakery's old stand on
WANTED?To sell cotton seed hulls
and meal. Prices right. B. N.
Wyatt. the $5 Coal Man. Phone
FOR SALE ?
FOB SALE?Two brood sows, one
. young pig; now registered, Berk
shire Bore, Price $45.00, T. B. Mar
tin, LowndesvIIle, S. C, R. F. D.
And Be Free Fron Her Troubles,
bet Fiards Better Way.
Columbia. Tenn.?"Manv time,"
Gays Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"1 wished I would die and be relieved
Of my suffering, from womanly troubles,
i tiould not set up, without pulling at
something to he!p me, and stayed in bed
most of the time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally. I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with nains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It ads with
nature?not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as If everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system. .
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At sJJ druggists.
, Writt to.- Chattanooga Medidna Co* Ladle*'
Ad?i*ory Dec?.. OafSMMtPSJlS, Tann., tot StfeimJ
Trt?mant f er Woman, ta plain wamst, n.o. iss'
reg?_it " I.. lIJi'
e ?r Trade
resh load of mules and
uary4th. Will swap one
;rence in Cash, or we will
r stuff. Bring your old
ge them for good young
: chance. Cheap.
Ime 26 cento, Three Times 60 cent*
o word! prorata for each additional
be used In a month made ou apph
than 26 eents, cash In advance.
phone directory yon can telephone -
be mailed after lta insertion to*
Neck or Pole Yokes, with strong
center pieces?Fi?ty Cents.
PAUL. EL STEPHENS,
Tho Junior Phllathca C1?hb of the
FirBt Presbyterian Church will have a
Cake Sale at Owl Drug Compuuy Sat
urday afternoon. v '
II HATE -FOB SALE'several dozen
! cans prime torn a ties at $1.00 per
dozen, string beand at. $1.10 per
dozen, dessert peaches without
sugar at '21.15 par dozen," desert
peaches'heavily sugared (1-4 pound
sugar to can) 52.25 per'dozen. E.
WHEN UNEXPECTLY' detained down
town for luncheon, you cannot do
hetter than drop In hero. A light
lunch or a substantial meal. Cuisine
and service O K. and prices Just as
attractive as our food. Tho Lunch'
FINE FRUITS?Wo carry tho largest
and most complete assqrtmeat In
the city?keep 'em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, bananas, wholesale and re
tall. J. K. ManoB.'Phone 823.?dtf.
WE BUT PEAS and pay tho cash.
Formas Smith?Seedman. Phone
'TOMATO SEED-Wood's Brlnimer
I Buist's Monarch and Burpee's
I Dwarf Giant should command'. rc
1 spect. We have bulk' stock. Early?
i Early Anna?Stone?Beauty?Acme
I Ponderosd and UlObe. If its seo
Isonable we have it. Furman Smith.
Seedsman. Phone 464.
I NOTICE is hereby given not to hire
I or harbor Pearl Scott, wife of J. T.
t> Scott colored, who Is under con
tract with me for 1915. Anyone so
doing will be fully prosecuted. F.
N. Cromer, Iva, 8. C?2-2-3tp.
DO YOU WEAB Rosenberg's Clothes,
or just clothes? Spring styles' bava
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
Cleaner. Phone 414.?1-28-tf.
LOST?Rear wagon gate of wagon bed
and two 10 pound boxes of Red .1.
Tobacco. Return or notify T. N.
Cromer, Iva R. 2.?l-30-2tp.
Do Yon Find Fault With Everybody f
An irritable, faultfinding disposition
is of; ou due'to a disordered stomach.
A man with good digestion Is nearly
always good natured. A groat many
have been permanently benefited .by
Chamberlain's Tablets after years or
suffering. ' 'These .tablets strengthen
the stomach and enable It tn perform
ta functions. naturally. f btalnablo