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ft I "ailey? Ferry ?Ix miles dow.i cd Stoles Geological survey. > ^
\J the river from Drowns ferry. 0
GO BY BROWN'S FERRY, THE NEAREST AND BEST ROUTE BETWEEN ATLANTA,
COMMERCE, ROYSTON, HARTWELL, GA., AND ANDERSON, S. C.
CONDENSER PASSENGER SCHER?
ULES PIERMONT AND NORTH.
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY?
Effective AuguBt 16, 1914.
L Anderson, 8. C.
No. M 7.45 ft. m.No. 30 6.20 a. m.!
K-T. g? a. m. ri? SS 8.S0 ?. m
Kw SS5 11-3G n. m.No. ?0J5 J? Ul.
No. 37 1.35 p. m.No. 36 ll GO a. m.
No. 89 3 ao p. m.No. 38 2.10 p. m
No. 41 4.45 p. m.No 40 3.30 p. m.
No 43 5.55 p. m.No.x42 4.45 p. m.;
Ka. ?6 745 p. rn.No. 44 5 46 p. m.,
No. 47 ll 16 p. m.No. 46 10.00 p. m.
?CEriE FROM -UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE."
C. V. PALMER.
CHARLESTON * i/IWTrlRN CARO
, LINA RAILWAY
-Th* August S li ort Line
No. 5 ...i.t .......4140 a m.
No. tl. 3.45 p. m
No. 12.6.00 a m ,
No. ; 6.8.85 p. m j
Information, schedules, rates, etc.,
B WILLIAMS, G. P. A.
T. B. Curtis, G. A.
I Anderson. 8. a
TWO substitutes piny important,
roles lo "Under Itoyal Patron
age." A young prince doeB not
want to make a marriage of conveni
ence aa he is already in love, auil he
gets au adventurous American to take
lils place as royal suitor. Tho Ameri
can falls lp love with tbe princesa and
la about to marry her when the real
prince and his bride appear. Then it
ls learned that the princess has also
been romantic and baa furnished an
American giri as ber substitute. There
is n double marriage, and the Ameri
cans are as nappy as the couple of
Gerda Holmes bas been playing the
tends In the George Ade comedies re
cently. She has proved herself to be
a gifted comedienne as well as a dra
matic star The humor which she in
jects. Into her part In "The Fable of the
Honeymoon That Tried to Come Back"
ls more than pleasing.
The story of "The Woman Who
Dared" center? about a daring and suc
cessful effort of an officer's wife to
free bim from the charge of high trea
son. The film features a sensational
race between an automobile and a
passenger train and bas many glimpses
of circus life,
Arthur Mackley has played the role
of a sheriff so often that he ls known
ss "Sheriff" Mackley. Tbnt title seems
to suit bim, and he responds as readily
when thus addressed ss be does when
his nama la used.
One of the most novel comedies ever
witnessed is "A Study In Peet" The
whole story le told by the action of
the feet, and not untl' ?he hut scene
is one of the players ..-vealer!. One
can tell their every thought from tbs
expression and actions of tuelt pedal
extremities, and these are all to be
Jene Wolfe ls one nf the most pop
ular of the many handsome women
who are dally appearing on the screen
Her talents have won for ber a high
place In the affections of tbe public.
Remember that fmuons old drama
"Kit, the Arkansaw Traveler?" The
chanees arc that if you are of the male
sex you saw lt from thc gallery of the
local opera house Rememlter bow you
stamped your feet and hissed at tn*
unspeakable vllieiny of Rond, the gam
bier, and bow you applauded the hen?
him "of Kit, cs pee .Hy when he turned
the tables on the scoundrels who at
tempted to rh'ntt young Temple at
cards? Well. "Kit the Arknnsaw Trav
eler" baa beea produced In motion pic
T^IE LEADING PAPER of true: PIEOMOINT
I .j?};' * ' ' .-Vv.- ???ff . V ;? v ;\ ; ". _,:r'~j. M '
ALL THE NEWS
While It ls News
Delivered Into Your Home Every Mprmng
Qnly $5.00 Per Year
The Best Advertising M?dium ia Upper Carolina
The Following is One of the Many Testimonials
Received From Advertisers in The Intelligencer:
Anderson Real Estate and Investment Company
CAPITAL STOCK $50:0Q0.G0
Real Estate, Stock, Renting
Anderson. S. C., August 27, 1914.
Advertising Manager, .
Anderson, S. C.
I think it is only right that I tell you of two incidents
that have occurred recently by our advertising in your paper. Yes
terday a man walked into the office and said that he wanted to
look at the Chamblee farm that we were cutting up West of the city.
I showed it to him and sold him one of them, before I got back to
the office, I asked him where he saw the advertisement and he said
in The Intelligencer.
Recently >ve had an inquiry from Columbia about a farm
and when the man came up we sold him the place- He also said
he saw the advertisement in The Intelligencer.
Yours very truly,
L. S. HORTON,
First Vice President.
"IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
"M IL LI O N
"The Trey O' Hearts"
Thursday, Sept. 17
SAY! Only ONE
Matinee ....... 5c
Night . . . 5 and 10c
' Pursuant to tbe rules of the demo
cratic primary of the state ot South
Carolina, tho county executive com
mittee met at the court house at An
derson, S. C., and canvassed the re
turns of the man ace rs pt, the rtecond
primary leectlon held September 8th.
Tho follr-w'22 named candidates
having received a majority of the
votes cast for the respective offices
aro declared the Horniness of tho
For CoM?aiH"?pser ?vciisa ?.
J. Lawrence McGee declared
For .Commissioner Section 2.
John R. Culberson declared
Fer Commission SeetlssuS,
W. A. Spearman declared tue nomi
For Coaunlsauer Section 4.
R. Pick Smith declared Me nominee
Rufus Fant, Jr.
J. H. Hutchison.
Sam M. Wolfe, declared tho nomi
J. Mack King declared tbe nominee.
Fer County Treasurer. ;
G. N. C. Bolem*n declared tho'nomi
S. DEAN FHAR?AN,
LEON L. RICE, County Chairman.
Glenn Springs Hotel
. GLENN SPRINGS; S. C.
Wo beg to offer to our friends and patrons of Glean Springs all
the comforts courtesy and attention that years of practical ex?
perlenee has taught ns. Absolutely nothing will be left undone
to make yon feel that the memories tant yon carry away of a
summer spent at Glenn Springy will always live Ia your Mem
ory ks a green spot.
Onr automobile Passenger Bus with Pneumatic Tires meets the
trains at Spartanburg and the ride will only take yon thirty min?
otes to the hotel for cue dollar for each passenger. Oar nato?
mobile baggage track villi give yon quick service for fifty rents
First Floor rates are $17.50,
single or double.
Second Floor ^ooms are
$17.50, and $15.00 per week,
also single rooms at the same
J. Geo. Verhauer, Mgr.
(. Stulb & Verhauer, Prop's.
GENESTA HOTEL, Augusta, Ga.
World's Darkest moment.
Tho darkest moment ls said to be
Just before dawn. Tals ls now dis
covered not to be so. The darkest
moment, relatively speaking, ls when
the noonday sun shines. Thea lt is
that living things on the earth are
blinded by the dasxW? ot the sun and
tall to recognise the ^ght that nore?
falls oat In ?pase.
WE WILL PAY YOU
TEN CENTS FOR
.' '5-"- ' ' r'Vr .
We have) severa, sinai! ?arma,
fine land, in five ruUea of 3b*>
city, which wc will sell at from
$45-00 to ?75.0C per acre-^niyj
1-4 payable this fell, and wc w?l
take Good Middling Cotton in1
payment of this 1-4 at Ten Cents'
a pound. Wc '.viii hold the cot- j
ton until February lat cxd g?ve :
you the overplusthen, if there - xs ?
Balance payable tn One andi
Two Years nt ? per cent interest.1
Anderson Real* Estate &
E. R Horton, Pres. L.S. norton, V. P.
V W. F. Marshall, Treas
Uso a Me extra money to
good advantage jost now?
Haven*! you something to sell?<
Do you own something you no
longer, uso, bot which if offered
et a bargain price would ap
peal at once to tome one who
does need it? >
An INTELLIGENCER Want j
Ad will turn thc trick.
S'&EY KIDNEY PIUS
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