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The Hoity-Toity Musical
THE PERILS OF PAULINE . ..
THE NEW STENOGRAPHER . M
HEARST-SELIG NEWS PICTOF
Latest happenings shown cm the i
Tomorrow night the $300.
[j THE BEST
THB COUNTRY STORE will be pulled
off at a p. m., when 25 prises will bel
given away donated by the different
merchants in Anderson.
AL BESNARD "The Boy From Dixie"
that ls singing at the Bijou this week,
has composed a song on all the mer?
chants that have donated prizes and
will sing lt tonight. Come and hear
. PHOTOPLAY t
THE DERELICT AND THE MAN
Victor. 2 reel drama with Irene Wal
lace and Walter Miller.
A BAB i vii) rr
l'???T??T?? HS!?! riw aww -.'nm-.'-?
Coming tomorrow "The Return of
the Twin's Double" S reel 101 Bison
with Orace Cunard and Francis Ford.
O O oooooooooooo
o IVA NOTES o
Iva. Sept 24.-Miss Nettle Kennedy
of Lowndosville was a visitor here
Mr. Clem McGee of Anderson was
here Saturday and Sunday with rela
Mrs.1 james Simpson and children
of Anderson have -returned home af
ter spending two weeks here with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Sherard.
Mr.'Lou Harro?'cf Starr spent Sun
day at the borne of Mr. J. A. Mc Al
Mr. J. L\' Huckabee of Gregg Shoals
was a visitor here a t>w days ago.
Mrs. W, A, Hall Who has been visit
ing relatives in Wi ll isms ton has re
Mrs. J. C. LIgoa and children have
returned home after spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Clink
Bcaiee of Starr
Mr. Roy Gaimard of Anderson waa
hero a few days ago in the interest
of Tho Daily Mail.
Mr. S., Q. Jackson of SloMMllej
waa here a few boura Sunday with
Mina Maggie Carlington ot Ander
son waa the guest Monday of her
friends, Mrs. C. D. Coleman.
Miss Annie Brown af Anderson was
the guest of relatives here a few days
Miss Made Baakin left Monday for
Anderson where she goes to spend
sevoral weeks with relatives.
Miss Bille Kate McAliater lett to
day for Jackcunville, Fla., where she
goes to take a business course.
Beaty and Mrs. G. I. Burdett were
shopping in Anderson yesterday.
' Rsv. H. W. Sot no and wife who have
beeb spending a few days here with
relatives have returned to their borne
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones have re
turned from a few days stay with
relatives In Hartwell.
MU? m m in
HI TO DARKEN ??
IT'S GRANDMOTHER'S RECIPE TO
KEEP HER LOCKS DARK,
.The old-time mixture ot Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hals ls grand
mother's treatmant, and folks ar's
again using lt to keep their hair a
good, eran color, which ia quit?, sen
sibleres vre are living tn an age when
a youthful appearance is of the great
Nowadays, though, we don't have
the'WB^IeaMs task ot gathering the
sape and the mussy , mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ready- to
urs product called "Wyeth's Sago and
Sulphur Compound" for about 60
conta a bottle. It ia very popular
, because nobody can discover lt has
been applied. Simply moisten your
ab or a soft brush with it and raw
this through your bair, taking ons
.ll strand ut a tims; by morning
.Lhe gray bair disappears, but what
dwight* the ladies with Wyeth's Sag?
I^HF Sulphur ls hutt, besides beau
tifully darkonlng the hair after a few
- applications, lt alst -produces that
soft lustre sud apr ?ar ance of aban.
- dane;, which ic so .attract!-?e ; besides,
?..onto dendratf Itching scalp sad
\ Comedy Company Presei
An exceedingly funny Sketch.
14 th Episode
00 Piano will be given to the per
Visit Every Day
SHOW IN A
?'?e ?uuor.HufkK > - vl
For Armor Piste
OW Anderson county armer spend-,
lng yesterday la Auder ion says that
be ls going to suggest a the foreign
countries now involved i i the war that
they use razor-back it rs for armor
plate instead of the nub I construction
and he says that they will find this
to be far more satisft dory lt they
have the same experted e that he has
met with. He bad a Ins Berkshire
pig and also a razor ba ik. He need
ed some fresh meat ase therefore got
his gun and went out' ip the hog pen
where he took a shot at ibo Borkahiro.
The pig dropped in H tatt ly and then
the gentleman planted ia! shot squarely
between the eyes of ina razor bick.
Tbe hog kopt on cn tl rfc corn. , The
muzzle was then placid behind the
razer back'8 eyebrows and again the
shot was fired. The hali merely look
ed at his tormentor lula reproachful
manner and continued Ibis luncheon.
Tho Anderson farmer i wears that he
shot the hog eight more times and that
tho animal ls still aliv . ail of which
may be true, with en phasls on the
Give One Hay
To the Children
Almost every man : nd woman in
Anderson can well ?flc fd to give one
day to the homeless aii< helpless little
children ot the s tatet s ithout a father
or mother, and it thee ;foro behooves
everyone In tho city tri wemember that
tomorrow ls "Work- itay tor the Or
phans" This day baa long been ob
served In the two Carol aaa and every
one heeding the call ia si ppoaed to. give
lils earnings" of thia t ie day to the
orphanage of h la pam cular church.
In Couth Carolina the? 3 are four im
portant Institutions of: his kind, The
Connie Maxwell. Bap 1st, at ' Green
wood; The Epworth, M thodhTi. at Co
lumbia; the Episcopal Orphanage at
Yorkvllle and the Tho: nweil Orphan
age, Presbyterian, at Clinton*. , One
day's work makes but Htle difference
one way cr the other o the average
business man but the mm earned in
that one day will mean much to same
poor little friendless t t. Remember
that tomorrow is the lay and try lo
do a particularly good lay's work and
give the proceeds to tala cause.
Blade Test Ran I |
Fred Cot ?>er, drivini a car for R?
N. Tanehill Company of- Greenville,
pased through the, atty, yesterday
morning; driving on the tOO-mite; endu
rance teat which all K anklln dealers
were taking yesterday, tin accord a ac?
with a National campt gn the Freak*
lin company advertised yesterday ?hat
their dealers tn even section v/oald
make a 100-mile conti nous, low ?ear
run in a Franklin rat ^Tai nafj ? slip ?
illations about the- run was th>*t tbs
engine must not be stopped sad that
tbe entire trip must be made on low
gear. The party left Greenville yes
terday morning at 8 o'clock cam? to
Anderson via Belton and returned the
same way, making the run in three
IK Or Hopkins
Ia Anderson t
A ruiT.or ls heard here that Dr. J.
R Hopkins, a wealthy m?tropolitain
physician, is in Anderson while he ia
being searched for in other sections I
by Pinkerton detectives. The story |
gaea that Dr. Hopkins ls being sued 1
tor divorce In New York by his wife \
and thst for the last few days he)
has been under the constant eye of 1
three Pinkerton detectives whllo he '
was stopptng at the Oconeo Inn In
Plckens. It ls said that Dr. Hopkins
yesterday secured an automobile, I
which happened to be the on ty one tn
town at that time, and slipped away
and lt is believed that he may have!
come to Anderson So far as ls now |
known the three detective* have noti
appeared here ja^ye.^
To Seil f?rteh r?ncf? : . > i?
A telegram was received yesterday!
from J. A- Cook, of the Georgta-Caro- j
Una brick company of Augusta. Qa.,
in which Kr. Cook advised that he!
would be In Anderson today to con
fer with the theatre contractor aa I
to the brick for the front of the new
theati-a. The order for the brick to
be used in this building has already
been placed *wlth the Pendleton kiln,
but som? especially fine white brick
are required for the front of the build
ing and this is- Mr. Cook's mission m
cumin? to Anderson. Splendid prog
ress ts being made with the construc
tion of the new theatre. "~
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on holding the lucky number.
IH Nd Oeatiemah '
'.Pretty I Peter", l's" ' handsome parrot, I
owned by a gentleman living on So.".h
McDuffle street has'Tor yeara enjoyed
the reputation ot being a perfect gen
tleman, but according tb the story told
yesterday by the owner of the bird, he
baa. decided that Peter ts ho gentle
man, notwithstanding that he answers
to the pronoun, "he", and has always
been referred to In Anderson air a mas
culine bird. When a fresh parrot egg
ls found in a cage three mornings,
hanrt-runnlng, ne gentleman parrot
would do it, at least not in Ander
Says Anderson Ia
Better Than Others
A northern capitalist owning, ex
tensive interesta In Anderson county,
Wahl In the city yesterday for a few
hour, following his return from an ex-?
tensive Southern trip. The gentleman
says that Anderson's business men. In
stead of taking a gloomy view of the
situation, should be delighted with the
conditions here when compared with
other cities In the South', tte says that
Anderson ls in far better shape than
Columbia and Savannah and several
other cities of als section and that
the town looks Uko it Is booming when
compared to them.
--o- '. *
Wo Pen* Season
in Bill League
At Ott? time lt appeared that every
thing bsd bees ".rwuisred ta?; a gost
seeson of baseball game? between the
i winner of the mill league cup In An
derson and the winner of the trophy
in the Greenville league but it wei
said yesterday that the prospect? for
such a set-to are not now as bright
as they were a few day j ago and that
the attempt may be dropped. The fans
of Anderson wUl regret to hear of this
as considerable inierec-i had been man
ifested on the part of the sport-loving
public of the city.
Pretty Wedding ai
I faiasbell's Store
A pretty wedding waa solemnized
yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at
Campbell's station when Miss Irene
Campbell became the bride of Paul E.
Bradshaw of Anderson- The ceremo
t ny was performed at the heme of the
bride's father, W. C. Campbell and
Rev. H. C. Martin offlciated. Only
a few Intimate friends .rere present.
Immediately following the conclusion
of the ceremony-. Oie couple left- via
automobile on their honeymoon. They
will visit Asheville, Hendersonville,
and. other North Carolina points and
thea,'will make their norna In Ander
son. *'.?:.> ..? '
Judge Priaee Made11 '?.
Very Strang Charge
gaaSaMBBll'iHlliil fiiii?lifrilnil tm
Tuesday : night says that George E.
Prince, now presiding over the court
of general sessions for that county,
made one of the strongest charges
to the grand Jury when court convened
that lexington people aver heard.
Judge Prince Btresaed the need of
hotter edaesttoBsi facilities and ano?
euucsKoa for south carolina children
and it ts said that the people of Lex*
ington were wonderfully well pleased
with the effect which Judge Prince's
Republicans in South Carolina are
lust about as much Interested In a con
vention In Columbia on September 2ft
as were the Democrats a few weeks
ago in their convention, notwithstand
ing, the fact that there will be con
siderable difference In tho personnel
of the two conventions. According to
tbs announcement Issued by the Sec
retary ot the Convention, Anderson
county is entitled to nine! delegates
to the convention but who these nine
are nobody knows.
Mr. Friemen WEI
Oo io Baltimore. -..
Millen Frterr,on, who baa been in j
tho employ ot Evr.na" Pher?M?C7, No.
2 In Anderson fer several y?.s, has
resigned his position and will leave
the city today for Baltimore where ht
wilf study medicine in one of the for?
most colleges of the country. Mr
Frtsrson has a number of friends in I
Anderson and they are glad to ace j
him uko the step.
Wi Te? of BBts
The Anderson lodge of Elks. No.
1*5??, yesterday malled out to all Bike
handsomely printed carda in which sn
Invitation waa extended tn, th?
u mbers of every Elk'? family to ai
lina the ladies' reception? on Tues
ays. Tlu> invitations urge that the I
attisa make themselves at borne at |
he local el uh house, on the corner ot
?harpe and McDuffie streets and as
ures them a warm welcome.
1%e cotton market yesterday de
nned a little and cotton fell to 8 1-2
:ents on the local market. Wednes
lay lt sold for 8 3-4 and the business
nen of the city and the farmers with
egret learned of the further decline
.eitelday. Practically no cotton ls
)elng brought to thc Anderson mar
(et and the offer of 10 cents per pound
'rom some of the merchants and bus
ness men cf the city does seem to be
ixcitlng much interest.
To ?he City.
The property owners on Pr?voit
ind Linley streets met inverai days
ago and after discussing the matter
it some :em:th decided to re ?ut-nt the
Anderson city council to accept a deed
to the sewer mains on these two
stree.3. Tho action is taken so that
thc city can force all property own _
cri ftvrag-within a cci lain distance
of the mains to make , sewer ct ..nee
Crowds of people gathered on the
streets of Anderson last eight
watch flocks- of white birds, large as
ducks and larger,-flying in a South
era direction. There were counties
hundreds of the bii<?B and unfamiliar
to the people* gasbag upward at them
This is taken as an indication that
winter is fast approaching and that
cold weather will soon be experienced
The birds were as large as turkey
and flew at an express '.rain rate,
PRESENTS SITUATION I
MERS GET BENEFIT
PLANT MORE GRA?N
Pendleton Planter Say? That Far
mers Who Do Not Plant At
Least IO Acres Be Exdoded
rust ' .' :': "i
i According to a lettelp received in
Anderson yesterday by The '? intelli
gencer, and also a coafpnunication re
ceived b> Frufbmn ??nlth, the seedfe
mai?iOoi J. (l/grjrihilne df Pendleton,
dam so'. bell?vfe (hat, Anderson coun
tyrta^er?? shoota fallowed 10 cent?
mterjhants- and ^s&vidtta?tf bf the
ei*f, unless they can??how that they
!itWe at least ten aeses* of ?heir land
in small grain. He thinks that th'/j
would go a very long- ways towards
encouraging the fsraerf?ta'4)t?4Blant
Ing of moro small grain and says that
in thia lies , the salvation d*?*Sooth J,
In hie letter to Mr. Smith.Col. Btrlb
llag says: K'One moro tory' with the
drilling machine wilt find every acre
of cotton on the whole plantation
, WJB: three rows of *ats betten rows
of cotton, except a few sores left for
wheat and barley. Ail my land sown
In small grain last year now has a
good crop of pea vines growing on
it No rent?r or tenant farmer should
receive any benefit from the "Buy-a
8810** movement without Brat showing
a certificate that ho has at least 8 or
10 acres of cotton land In oats or
other small grain."
Along thia same Uno, Col. Striming
has addressed a communication: to The
'ffBBlaP' *Jaff'i which Wflf?hktiuit
the demon aeration on the Oartof the
general public and the interest being
taken by Clemson c.'iege should cause
IvPf?Iarm?r in the county td throw
his "?aa <nto the fjr and shout *Glory?
Sat? Coljt Strlbling in connection
\ tof ?smstTkram^nconn^
th? cotton movement, were followed,
it would rasait In the county being
supplied with more feed-stuff and
mere stock and the cotton acreage re
duced In Proportion to the encourt
agemeat offered the "Bny-a-Bale"
m?rement ?sd the fiels olfarsd thereby >
wai- help only those cotton growers
who make aa effort to help themselves.
Aid the stock growing and the dairy
ing as you have the cotton growers
and all will be well. Within a radius
oL?S miles of Pendleton (and there
are other Piedmont sections similar)
there are more than 1,200 acres bf
sp|indid grass lands, well set In Ber
muda and other grasses and Oov?r
that are utilised only to a partial
teat for stockraising and dairying. '
Col- Stabling pointa to th? fact
th? those desirous of entering tad
dalry business can gat all the held
they, need tn the matter of ?electing
cfcgte from Clemson college and also
cami tho attention ot the isomer to
the fact that dairying will y*tf
monthly returns and handguns profits
while cotton win only yield yearly rs-?
tums and sometimes no returns at
ail. He also emphasise* tn? fact
?Mt dairying will. tend to Improve
farm tandi rather than to injure it
.'?RV* ^^?11 alto materially in*i
prfKe the ?rmer. He believes that
thflt is th- solution of the "high cost
of Jiving problem" and advises overy
farmer in Anderson county to heed hts
remarks and watch the results.
Prefer lag tar Battfe.
flfashingtoa, Sept,-. ?i*.-Advices to
the war department1 today said Catv
raJaa waa concentrating bia forces
atSneatecaa and Villa's army was
gaBerlng at Torrwon Railroad com
1 Round Irip to California
1 Ronna Ijrip to New York
OR $?|.oo IN CASH
$50 Diamond Ring $35 Lavaliier
This one trip consists of Oni Round Trip to California, good 60 days with
all ste > overs, or $200 in cash.
One Round Trip to New, Yo c or Atlantic City of $75.00 in cash.
The Diamnd Ring is in lifts y Setting. Jewelry cn display at leading Jew?
elry S are ',. <.
-avallier is composed of &p>
gpkf and diamond
?aj'g'lJfr-L \ .$ if I X?M?MM' '?[- JV W-l* a .
(st. |?he Round triplo CiJjfft ma will be given to, the lady securing the lar
gest number of votes on the SSth day of October.
Trijp io $few York to the lady securing the second largest
number fir votes.
4th. The $35.00 Lavillier to the lady securing fourth largest number votes.
m vu iia Will Pe Uiven Withliach Admission
Contest Starts Monday* Sept. 28th
Standing of Contestante will be shown on Curtain at both theatres each day
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Address. ._T. -.. . . _.
Phone No, ?V> .
Fill out and drop in ballot box at Bijou or Electric
ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA