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Amusement and by
quite a few people th
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"A COLORED GIRL'S
Ai previously stated
ls undoubtedly the BES
have bad with us this F
HIGH PRICED, they a
you'll say the same af
forman ce-end their
WARTE.?-By Lady. poaiUon as clerk
&Dry Gooda or General Md*,
re. Mutt be nice place for Lady
to work. If interested, write Clerk
Wp. Ito. Iva. 8. C._
WATS TED-Position In Clothing or
General Merchandise store. Can give
best reference. Salesman, care of In
WANTED PORTION-As Stenogra
pher tey one with exp?rience. Can
give best of reference. Address
. Stenographer care ot Intelligenoer.
WANTED- A place aa tenant on a
tjuta for ,i white tuan with a fam
ily, la f tallier with farm work
and h**da the Job badly. Can work
ene horse farm, lt you need such a
man write 844,709, care Intelligen
W?NTBD TO KENT-Five or six
room modem cottage or bungalow.
Neighborhood meat be first-class
and house have all Improvements.
Address P. O. Box 8M-- .-!?>-*?.
WAFTED-Farmers who have pure
varieties of cotton seed for safe to
see hs now. Forman Smith,
SoedBman. Phone 464.
PISITIOft WANTED-Aa Clerk in
General Merchandising or tn Gro
cery- or Hardware Store. Reference
? famished. Experienced. Write Box
- 148? Iva, S, C.-1-41 tf.
SEWING WANTED at 223 West Ben
den St. Plain and .fancy dresses, and
cl^ldrensVclothes a speciality.
WATCH REPAIRING AN ENG RAY*
i?g. Old watches made good
new. Latter and " ornamental en
graving. " Monograms from 25c to I
?ld.ee. Ai-? ??ykln at Kay Bros*, f
WBJB?T PEAS and pay the cask.
Fhrmea S?iith-Seedmaa. Phone
WHEN UNSXPECTLT detained down
town tor luncheon, you oaanot do
better thea drop tn here, A tight
lunch or a substantial meal. Cuisine
and service O. K. and prices Jost aa
attractive as our food. Tba Lunch
POLES-Wagon and Boggy poles ts*-*
ep?second hand. PaulJC. SUphens.
the olly-keep 'en moving, Fresh
Wida prenses, grape fruit, ap
ples, ba?an as, wholesale and re
tail.. J. K. Manoa. Phone S23.-dt?
?ECF.IVED carload of shoats
?Mrjtor|; bogs at Clarence Os
MjffiH atable. .JE, M. Duckworth.
iffiasf heaHtly sugared <i-4 pound
i?So?t^P^ l^-p6r dM*Q- K'
; SATire ? BALDWIN ;
ledy, full of Fun and
Special Request from
: Trio will sing:-"Hs
! YEAR"-A two reel
LOVE"-One of those
:-"This Newman Show
r Vaudeville Troupe we
all, and though they aro
e worth the difference;
T you witness one per
Jhow ls ABSOLUTELY
Rabelais with the
which marred his wit
makes one of his heroes
boast "I can always put
my belly to a good table
and my back to a good
f?re." Those who deal
with Sloan can at least
do one of these things.
HEAVY FINE IMPOSED
SPARTANBURO, Jan. 13.-Jesse W.
Cooke ot Raleigh, Jff. C., arrested hore
Monday night and held under the
charge of ohtainlng goods under false
pretense, In connection with his ef
forts to work what hsd become known,
as the "send "bange" ?windie on a
local, drug st?rt, pleaded guilty la'
the police court yesterday morning
and waa .lined $200. Half of the flue
was on the charge of vagrancy. Cooke
ls a member of a prominent family in
.Hampton, Va, and is tho son-in-law
of a prominent minister in Raleigh, N.
The police have been requested to
hold him for Charlotte. N. C., au
thorities where lt is said he ia wanted
on a similar charge. Until the first
of the year, Cooke saya, he was as
sistant purchasing agent for the Car
olina Power1 and Light Company at
haleigh, N. C.
Dr. E. S. Alderman, pastor of the
First Baptist church here, has inter
ested himself ia his casa and has com
municated with bis people In Vir
ginia and North Carolina.
IF BACK HURIS M
SALTS M KIDNEYS
Eat Less Meat If Kidneys Feel Like
Lead ar Bladder Bothers.
Most folks forget that the kidneys
Ilka the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ved and need a flushing occasionally,
else we have headache and dull mis
er/ tn the kidney region, severe
headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid
liver , acid stomach, sleeplessness and
all sort of bladder disorders..
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and eleen, and the moment yon
feel an ache or pain tn the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Halts from any good drug atore here,
uko a tablespoonful In a glass ot wat?
er before breakfast tor a few dara and
your kidneys will then act fine. Thia
famous salts ls made front the acid
of grapes sud lemon Joice, combined
with lithte, and ls harmless to stimu
late them to normal activity It also
neutralis?e tb* acids iv the zzizz
so it no longer irritates, than ending
Jad Balts Is harmless; Inexpensive;
maht*8 a delightful effervescent lithla
water drink which everybody should
tehe ??w esd *>.? to koop their kid
neys c?ean, thus avoiding serious com
A well-known local druggist says
he selle lots ot Jad Salts to folks who
believe ta overcoming kidney trouble
while It ia only trouble
ON P. & N.
SCHEDULES WILL BE CHANG
ED AND NUMBER OF
TRAINS CUT FROM 9 to 7
ALL WILL STOP
Two Limited Trams Will Be Tak
en Off-All Trains Will Make
' mouncement waa made yesterday
I that effective next Sunday changea In
schedules, numerals of trains and the
number operated on tho South Caro
lina division or the Piedmont & North
ern linea will be m^de. The changeH
become effective Immediately after
midnight ut Saturday, January 16, or
.'.in the beginning of Sunday.
The ia>at important of changea will
be the taking off of the two limited
trains, that ls, thoae traing which op
erated over this division without mak
ing the usual local stops along the
way. After Sunday all trains will
make local stops. The observation
cars which were operated on these
limited trains will be taken off and
stored until next summer, when they
will aguin be put into service.
Under tbe new achedule the follow
ing departures from Anderson will bf*
I Train No. Departing.
30.7:15 a. m.
34.10:30 a. m.
36 .12:05 p.m.
38 . . 2:30 p. m.
40 . . 4:50 p. m.
42.8:10 p.m. '
Under tho new schedule the follow
ing arrivals at Anderson will be in
Train No. Arriving
33 .10:00 a.m.
35 .11:40 a.m.
39 . 3:40 p.m.
43 . 9:20 p.m.
lt will be seen by a comparison of
the new schedule with the old one
thst Instead of nine trains departing
from Anderson daily and nine arriv
ing here each day, there will be only
seven ea?b way per day after this
I The change In the number of trains
operated ls to be brought about by
the discontinuance of the limited
trains. There will be trains going
through to Greenwood and Greenville
as before, but all incoming and out
going trains will make all regular
stops along the way.
W. A. HTJDGENB, Ed
i MVU? et.
Miss Nina Russell Married.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell have
announced the marriage ot their
daughter, Nina, to Rev. H. B. Ferrell
of Hinton, West Virginia on Monday
evening, December 12, in Hinton.
Mrs. Russell received a telegram on
Tuesday, but they waited until let
ters came yesterday giving the details
before telling their friends the news.
Mrs. Farrell had been teaching in
Hinton since September, and spent
the holidays at home with her par
ents. Recently Mr. Ferrell, who is a
Baptist minister, had a call to the
Moody, Institute in Chicago and ao
persuaded Miss Russell to be mar
ried at once and go with, him to his
hew work. She is a graduate ot Win
throp College, a young lady of decid
ed talent and an attractive personal
ity. She possesses a voice of rare sweet
ness and her many friends here wish
for her the greatest happiness arid
success. . .
Robert E. Lee Chapter.
Mrs.. Raymond Beatty, president of
the R. R Lee chapter has called for
a special meeting of the Robert El
Lee chapter this afternoon at 4 o'clock
In the hotel parlors.
Mrs. Alma Penny has taken apart
meats over March bank and Babb's
store, next to the Bellevue hotel and
can be called over the hotel phone.
Her neice, Miss Mout< e Spearman,
who baa Just graduated ?t the Green
wood hospital, will arrive today and
will make her home with her there,
Mt isden Stady Class.
The Mission Study Claas ot SL
John's Methodist church will meet on
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock with
Mrs. E. E. Elmore on Greenville
Mrs. Fant Pouche of Ninety Six ls
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mr*.
Hutchison pn North Mala street.
Misc Wilma Polk of Jackson,.Tenn.,
arriad yesterday to be the guest ot
her sister, Mrs. Bond Anderson.
Mr. J. E. Major returned yesterday
to Atlanta after a gi*y ot a fe r days
with hts parents. Mr. and Mrs. Major.
Mrs. Ft 8. Thompson hap gone to
Greenville for a short visit.
Mrs. Tom Bolt is spending several
days with relatives ia the country.
Mrs. Helen Torrence, who ia th?
guest of Miss Felicia Marrey has
to Pendleton for several days.
Mr. Ben ?//rta and Ittja Emily Lew
is of Greer.ville were here toy a few
days y saturday the guests ot .Mrs, J.
GREAT WHITE SALE
January 18th to 30th, inclusive
Of Supreme Interest to Housekeepers
Dainty Uhdermuslins, Crisp, Fresh and New
Spring Styles in Laces and Embroideries
Beautiful White Goods of Every Kind
All at the
AND YARD GOODS
LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS
Here Is An Unparalleled Buying Opportunity
GREENVILLE, S. C
On account cf thc lnv price of
cotton duo to the European war,
we have been able to make our
purchases at EXCEPTIONAL
LY LOW PRICES. This price
advantage we turn over to you
intact and we have also scaled
our own profit down to the low
est minimum. Now is the logi
cal time to buy White Goods ot
E. G. Evans of Pendleton was
among the visitors io the city yester
Mr. and Mrs. B. Harris of Pendleton
were in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sbackelford of
Pendleton were visitors in the city
Thomas Cunningham, a well known
Jeweler of Hartwell, Ga., was in the
N. C. Brock of Pendleton was in the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Auld have re
turned from a visit td Sumter.
Allen ' Martin ot tho county was in
the city yesterday.
Sam Jackson of Iva was among the
visitors 16 the city yesterday.
A. McPhail of the Hopewell esctlon
was In the'city yesterday.
James McKelvey bf Mount Carmel
was in the city yesterday.
J. R. Simpson of Mount Carmel was
among the visitors in the city yester
N. D. Walker of ' Columbia was
among the visitors fn the city yester
J. I*. Newman ot Greenville waa a
visitor in the city yesterday.
T. G. Lane of Charlotte was in the
Br. W. 8. Hutchinson of the Leba
son section was irC tho city yestor
Mrs. J. B. King of Willlamston was
Free Flower Seed.
Hastings' Catalogue *
Tells You About lt
lt yon are engaged in farming, or
If yon plant only v^getablys or Cow
ers, yon cannot afford to be without
the big catalogue published fresh and
new every year by the gr?at South
ern seed house,-H. G. Hastings A
Company, ot Atlanta, Ga., sni sent ab
solutely free, postage paid, to all who
write for lt, mentioning the name of
In* thia catalogue we tell you of a
splendid offer ot free dower seed to
all our customers, five magnificent
varieties that mean beauty about your
home and a pleasure to wives nnd
daughters that nothing else can give.
This catalogue telle ;T i, too, about
oar big cash prise otter to the Cer i
Club boya ot your state.. It tells all
about "?er fine yielding varieties of
corn ano cotton-tho kind we grow on
oar own *,*?$ nein win. ?v ' mw
about the best seeds of all kinda for
planting in the South, lt should be
in -ivery Southern home. .Write to
day and let ua send it to yon.-H. G.
HAST!NO? A CO, Atlante, <ku-Advt,
shopping in the city yesterday.
L. E. Martin ut the Hopewell sec
?C? was in th" city yesterday.
Hon. George m Sullivan of Wtl
Uamston waa n visitor in the city yes
B. F. Wright of TownvlHe was a
visitor yesterday In tho city.
J. C. Nally of the High Shoals sec
tion was tn the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Pruitt ot Iva
were in the city >esterday.
A. E.? Wright of Townville was In.
the city yesterday.
H. W. Wright of Townville was
among the visitors In the city yester
T. R. Wright of Townville whs-viI
visitor in the city yesterday.
? John McDonald of tho Fair Play
section wes tn the city yesterday.
W. C. Martin of the county was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
J. R. Jones pf the county was In the
etty yesterday for a short while.
' Boss Norrias of Antrevillo waa inj
the city yesterday for afJhort while.*
W. L. Dobbins of Townville waa. In
the city yesterday.
< J. C. Dobbins ot Hartwell, Ga., waa
lu the city yesterday.
W. O. MerriU of the Roberts sec
tion was In the city yesterday.
Pant Merritt of Town ville was
imong tho visitors In the city yester
kid McAUstcr of Pelser was a visitor
la the city yesterday.
Duff Rogers of Williamston. was a
risltor In the city yesterday.
M. B. Richardson of the county was
in the city yesterday.
Ed Sadler of Starr was among the.
fisitors In th? city yesterday.
J. C. Bolt of the county was tn the
W. IB. Rskew of Pendleton waa
unong the visitors In the" city yestar
M. C. Johnson of Abbeville was In
the city yesterday.
J. N. Poole of the county was In the
W. P. Thomson ot Spartanburg waa j
unong the business visitors tu the I
J. L. Glenn of Louisville, Ky., spent*
r?stenla/ the etty. t
Miss Effie Willingham of Belton
eas shopping tn the city yesterday.
W. H. Dobbins of Townville waa
unong the visitors in the city yester
Affidavits Being Prepared.
CHICAGO, Jan. 14,-Every elah
>wner in tho Ameritan and National
eagues, the presidents of the leagues
md some minor leeguo ol b owners,
rill file affidavits giving organised
laseball's ame of the Federal league's
mil-trust suit next week, it was said ]
?sds?*. San Johnson, August Herr
nann and Charles Thomas, prtaldont
>f the Chicago Nationale, already had
) re pared affi<bv$ts and today C. A.
'omiskey, of tho Chicago America??,
ind Robert Hedges, ol the St. Loots
Vorleans, gave their testimony.
We will have a fresh Car of Mules and Mares in
mir barn nn
We will also pay the high cash dollar for War
mules. If you have any stock that you wish to
change for younger stock now is your chance, to
let the old ones go to war.
Unto evsryoue te given the right to
Investigate, hut many remain ig
norant on the -moot Important sub
ject* try accepting hearsay aa facts.
Wo ?lye the .
for everything we do tn oar oar op
We are ready to show yon whether
you har? er? trouble ,or_?Oi
prove that glasses will give yon relict,
investigate our system, lear? the tm
portanoe ot thoroughness and eetattr
tffie training necessary to one Who
proteases to treat the eye.
NO CHARGE H% ./. .'V'
The Shur-Fit Optid
310 4 Mai? ates?*
THAN $5 A TON
1 sell the bett coal that
can be bought.
and save money on yout