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PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
Today and tomorrow we offer you the lowest kind of prices on good shoes. Remember, we buy only what is good and for that reason alone have shoes that are
"Worth while" for sale,
PRICES ONLY GOOD TILL SATURDAY
$6.00 Shoes. $4.65
4.00 f loes.3.00
2.00 Shoes. . . 1.55
1.25 Shoes. . . .95
NONE CHARGED OR SENT ON APPROVAL
SHOES THAT SATISFY
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE
Cl asst fi ec
Twenty-five words or len, One 1
Biz Times $1.00.
?ll advertisement over twonty-fli
word. Rates on 1,000 words ta
No advertisement taken for less
If yonr name appears in the tole
your want ad to 821 and a bill will
WANTED-Clean cotton rags. Tho In
telligencer Job ' Printing Depart
WANTE?-r-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrious ot
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. Thc
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLU??
DIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 76.
' " ' 1 ' I. ? '
WANTED-You to buy your "Sunday
doodles" from tho Anderson Pure
Food Co.-Cakes, Pies, Cream
Puffs, Buns, Rolls, and "Aunt
Mary's Cream Bread. Blore at
Anderson, Bakery's old stand on
WANTED-To sell cotton seed hulls
and meal. Prices right. B. N.
Wyatt, the $5 Coal Man. Pboue
FOR SALE-Two brood sows, one]
young pig; now registered. Berk
shire Bore. Price $45.00. T. B. Mar
tin. Lowhdcsville. S. C., R. F. D.
FOR HALE OR REST-Drink uland
located near Bluo Hldgc Station.
Seo W. M. Stevens at Stand.
FOR HALE-Barred Plymouth Rocks.]
Altoona layers from record yards ofj
250 to 272 eggs the year, lg Kar
ralta, quickest growers, largest j
chickens. Eggs from Altoona lay
ers $2 for 15: Eggs from 18 Kar
rett yard $1.50 for 16. Pulletts
$1.00 each, fine cockerels $1.60 to
$2.00 each. J. C. Stribbling, Pendle
ton, S. C.-2-5-6tp.
DO YOU WEAR Rosenberg's Clothes,
or just clothes? Spring stylos have
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
Cleaner. Phone 414.-1-28-tf.
Neck or Pola Yokes, with strong
center pieces-Fifty Cents.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
WHEN UNEXPECTLY detained dows
town for luncheon, you cannot ut
better than drop in hera. A tb>W
lunch or a substantial meal. Cctslne
and service O. K. and prions Just ss
attractive ss our Trod. The Lunch'
FIXE FRUITS-We carry the largest
ead moat complete assortment tn
the city-keep 'em moving. Fresh
' Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, ba?abas, wholesale and re
tail. J. K. Manoa. Phone 323.-dtf.
WK BUY PEAS and pay Ute cash.
Forman Smith-Seedntsn. Phone
TOMATO SERB-Wood's Brimmer
Buist'? Monarch and Burpee's
Dwarf Giant should command re
spect. Wo have bulk stock; Early
Ponderosa and Qtobe, If lu sea
wonwolo we have it. Forman Smith.
.Seedsman. Phone 464?
'Imo 26 cents, Three Times 60 cents,
re words prorsts for each sddltlonal
i be used in a month made, on appil
tban 26 cents, cash in tdvanc*.
?phone directory you can telephone
i be mailod after its Insertion for
j NOTICE is hereby Riven not to hire
or harbor Pearl Scott, wife of G. T.
Scott, colored, who is under con
tract with nie for 1916. Anyone KO
doing will be fully prosecuted. T.
N. Cromer. Iva., ia. C.-2-4-3tp.
Half Your Living
Without Money Cost
A right or wrong start In 1915 will
make or break most farmers In the
Cotton States. We are all facing a
'.lists on cotton. Cotton credit In up
set. The supply merchant cannot ad
vance supplies on 1915 cotton. You
must do your best to produce on your
own acre., the food nnd grain supplies
that have made up most of your store
debt in the past.
A good piece of garden ground,
rightly planted, rightly tended and
kept planted the year round, can be
made to pay half your living. It will
save you moro money than you made
on the best frve acres of cotton you
ever grew! But it must ho a real
garden, and not the mere one-plant
lng patch bl the spring and fan.
Hasting*,' 1915 Seed Book tells all
about the right kind of a money-sav
ing garden and the vegetables to put
In lt. lt tells about the field crops
as well and shows you the clear road
to real farra prosperity, comfort and
independence. IT'S FREE. Send for
it today to H. G. HASTINGS A CO.,
ll room house, N. McOnlBe St. 935.00
8 room house. Calhoun St. .. 25.00
7 roon house, W. Market SU .. 16.00
I 7 room house, Ligen St... .. .. 15.00
C room house, N. Mellum? St. 1540
6 Rooat house, Hose Hill.. .. 1&50
0 room house, \V. Church St. .. 14.00
5 roon house, ?ebb St.1540
5 roon house, Rose HUI.. .. 11150
5 roon house, W. Market St 15.00
5 roon house, .Mcdill) St.12.50
5 roon house, Murray Ave... .. 10.00
5 roon hons?, Welch Ave.1040
4 reen house. Bose'Hill.. .. IS.5?
Anderson Real Estate
& Investment Co.
THOS. F. CARTWRIGHT,
Manager Renting Rcpt.
.Y- Items of Interest ?nd Persona
* Wireless on the St
There was a greater influx of feu
illeton people in the city yesterday
than anyone about here ever yaw or
heard of before. There were more
i visitors that come to the city on cir
cus day, it was stated by one in a po
sition to speak with authority Prac
tically all of those who cam* vyere
here on account of the triul tn the
court of general sessions of S. H.
Whitlock, police chief of Pendleton,
who shot und killed former S .ali- con
stable, ('hurles W. Robertson, at Pen
dleton on December 7 last. Just'how
many Pendleton residents came to
the city vesterday Is not known! but
the number ran over a hundred.
There were 92 railway tickets to An
derson sold at Pendleton, but this
does not represent anything like the
number of people who came down, for
the ticket agent there was unable to
walt on all the people, lt ls said, and
many of them were forced to pay cash
fares on the train.
One t'tsKC in
When Recorder Russell called tt
order the police court yesterday a'
noon there "-as hut one ortender be
fore him, this being Jim Klee, who
was charged with petit larceny. He
was adjudged guiltv and sentenced tc
pay n tine of $.">, hut this was sus
pended during the defendant's good
Mr. Ralph Wl|*?n?~
lins Reen Indisposed.
Friends of Mr. Ralph Wilson, the
popular bookkeeper of the Moore-Wll
8on Company, were glad to see him
on the streets again yesterday after
noon after being Indisposed fer nome
days with a rising in his head. While
the trouble was not serious lt war
quite painful and Mr. Wilson suffered
(jen. Bonham** Only
M rot her ls Dead.
Cen. M. L. Bonham yesterday re
ceived a telegram announcing thc
death of his brother, Frank P. Bon
ham, at his home In San Francisco
Mr. Bonham had made his home ir
the California city for the past 14 or
15 vars, and was the last surviving
brother of Gen. Bonham, three otherp
having preceded him to the grave. Mr
Monham married after going to Cali
fornia. Tho telegram received yester
day by Gen. Bonham was from hit
brother's wifo but gave no detail:
concerning Mr. Bonham's death. Tlu
friends of Gen. Bonham in this city
and throughout the State sympathize
with him In his bereavement.
O?d Veteran Died
Mr. Ezekiel Norris, a gallant Con
federate veteran, died Wednsday night
at hin homo near First Creek church,
according to Information reaching thc
city yesterday. Ile. was 86 years of
age and had been married for over ?JO
years. His widow ts the oldest sistOT
of Mr. J. A. Wakefield, father of Mrs.
H. H. Watkins of this city. When the
Civil War broke out Mr. Norris en
listed in Cc. B. ?th South Carolin* in
fantry. He served throughout the war
and distinguished himself ia several
battles. Tlie funeral services were
held yesterday afternoon and were
conducted by the Rev. O. L. Martin.
lu Theatre Building.
Announcement was made yester
day by Porter A. Whnley. secretary
ot the chamber of commerce, that ar
up-to-date confectionery shop will be
established In the corner store room
of "The Anderson" theatre building.
The manager of the establishment
will be T. C. Carrington of Electra,
Texas, and he will arrive here to take
charge of the business about March
I. Mr. Carrington is a native of South
Carolina and before going West wa?
connected with the* Seidenberg Cigar
Company, which ha?, plants tn Green
ville. Charleston and other cities' ol
tbs stute. Mr. Carrington is now as
sistant secretary of the San Antonio
Texas, chamber ot commerce.
? SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
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Colton SHH ul
M font* HITO.
There was neither any declino or
advance yesterday In the price of cot
ton, the staple being quoted at s cents
per pound, the same price which hat
been offered herc for the past two
weeks. Only u very few bales wert
offered for sale yesterday on the
streets of the city, and few of these
brought the top prices.
Huck Here Aller
Some Years' Absence.
.Mr. Fielding A. Cantrell, originally
>f Spartanburg. but who has recently
been teaching German in a college
in Denvef, Col., is playing the drum
ind accesorlc8 at the Dijou this week.
If he speaks German as well as lu:
beats the drum, he ls "some linguist."
Mr. Cantrell says he used to play In
a band here some years ugo. at the
different dances in and around Ander
son, and he ls glad to again come to
To Starr Stution.
In order that he might be more cen
trally located for his work, the Rev.
.V. B. Hawkins has moved his rest
lenee, from Townville to Starr. The
Rfev. Mr. Hawkins is one of the beat
'vnowr. und most popular preachers in
lie county and serves a number of
Death of Infant
In il?e Country.
Jumes, the two weeks old son of
Mr. and Mn, J. E. McGill, died Wed
nesday night at their home in Martin
ownship. The funeral was held yes
terday ritter which InteA-ment w?s
nade at Ebenezer church. The fun
eral arrangements were in charge of
J. P. Tolly & Son.
Time for Paying
Taxes Is Extended.
Taxpayers who have not yet patd
heir taxes were glad to learn yester
lay morning through The lntelllgen
:er that the time for the payment of
'axes without oenalty had been ex
end ed to March 1. Some weeks ago
t was announced that the time would
be extended from January 1, when the
penalty of one per cent, for tardiness,
became effective, to February 1. when
the penalty of one per cent, would go
in. This penalty has now been rals
od and taxpayers may pay without
??nalt>. up until March 1.
The digging of a trench across
South Main'street, near the entrance
of .Trhn street, has attracted no lit
tle nt crest during the past few days
and many have asked questions as to
the meaning of it. A new sewer con
nection ls being laid between the old
Keese House and the main out ki
Main street. The old ?ewer connec
tion had b?c-ume choked by roots ot
-learhy trees growing into it. Frank
Glenn, manager of the plumbing de
la rt mm t of tho Anderson Hardware
Company, who is looking after the
Job. states .that considerable trouble
is had with tree roots growing into
sewer pipes and. stcDolne them up. lt
seems that the foots grow into the
piper, ut in? 'Point? whens tue ?eciions
?re put.ton'-im :. The trouble ls rem
edied by substituting a metal pipe for
the terra betta pipe
"A snowflake ls so very.small
We scarcely think of lt at an.
And yet enough ot them will make
A barrier we can not break.
A drop of water is ao light
That ss lt fells lt fades from sight.
And yet enough of them will be
\ torrent or a Taging sea.
'A word ie but a breath of air,
Tis heard br spoken without care.
Yet words In fierce profusion burled
Upset th? history of tb? wrnrld."
I Personal %
.C. A. Chapman of Spartanburg was
imong the visitors in the city yester
J. IV Caine? of Creen wood spent
yesterday In the city.
Henry T. Thompson of Columbia
va? among the visitors in the city yes
E. S. Pleasants of Greenville was in
he city yesterday on business.
W. L. Luther of Greenville was
tmong the visitors in thc city yester
T. Oregon Lawton of Greenville,
general manager of the Southeastern
Life Insurance company, was a visiter
ni the city yesterday.
Foster L. Brown and daughter. Miss
Felicia were in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Scbumpert of
jreeg Shoals were in the city yester
lay en route to Newberry.
Lee Cochran of Calhoun was a vlsi*
'.or in the city yesterday.
Will Snelgrovc of Seneca was in the
city yesterday on business.
Mrs. J. L, Wright of the Roberts
section was shopping in the city yes
Mrs. Theo Watson was a visitor in
the city yesterday.
Miss Alma Smith or the Concord
section spent yesterday in the city.
W. C. Dean of Elberton, Ga., was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
J. T. Coker of the country was In
the city yesterday for a short while.
E. G. Evans of Pendleton was in the
city yesterday on business.
Dr. Ic, B. Day of Pendleton was In
t? lt city yesterday in attendance noon
court ot general sessions.
Mayor 8. L. Eskew of Pendleton was
* risitor in the city yesterday.
. Dr. W. W. Watkins of Pendleton
was in the city yesterday, be having
been called as a witness in the Whit
John and Graham Simpson of Pen
dleton were visitors In the city yes
J. V. Bostick of. Pendleton was in
the city yesterday.
The Rev. Mike McGee of Honea
Path, one of best known and oldest
ministers In the Ssluda association,
was In the city yesterday.
W. E Johnson ot Liberty was In
the city yesterday.
J. D. Scott of Piedmont waa a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Watson ot the
country were in the city yesterday.
ll.... T Cl I,-1- ?-.__A_J*
??.<?.. W. 'A. ... I C.m.i: UOD IDIUIUCU
from a visit to Colombia.
Don't euerer! Get a done pack*
ag? of Dr. Jame?* Headache
You can clear your head and rellere
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. This old
time headache relief acts almost magi?
r ally, end some one to the drug store
now for a dime package and n few mo
ments after you take a powder you
will wonder what became of the head
ache, neuralgia and pain. Stop suf
fering-it's needless. Be sure you get
what you ask for.
TBE SPOT CASH GROCERY
OPENS FOR BUSINESS
Now if you want to get your money.s worth and a little more six
da) s In the week, rome to sec us, wc are in the Lig?n k Ledbetter
building on North Blain Street.
Our store room ls small, but onr prices are smaller. Son in or
der to show you Hint we are out for business, in addition to some cut
in prices, we will deduct 5 per cent from every bill you make with f
us. We can do this because we do not Intend to Index any of our
FOR SATURDAY WE WILL HAVE
Fresh .Fish and Oysters.
Native and Western Steaks and Roast.
Pork Chops, Ham and Sausage.
Soused Meat, Ham and Liver.
We can fill your order complete in Groceries and Fresh
This is an Absolutely Cash Store.
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
J. F. NOBLET, Mgr.
Mr. Hawkins, an up to date Market Man will be in charge
of our Meat Department.
My pa held me up to the moo-co v - moo,
So dost I could almost touch,
En I fed him a couple times, or two,
En I want a fraid-catzmuch.
The moo-cow-moo's got a tail like a
En it's raveled down where lt grows,
En it's just like feeling a piece of
All over the moo-cow's nose.
En the moo-cow-moo's got deers on
? En his eyes stick out of their place,
En thc nose of the moo-cow-moo ls
All over the end of bis face.
En his feet is nothing but finger nails
En his mamma don't keep 'em cut,
En he gives folks milk in water palls
Ef he don't keep his handlea shut
'Cause ef you or me pulls the handles,
The moo-cow-moo says lt burta
But the hired man be aita down dost
En squirts en squirts en squirt*!
-Edmund Vanos Cooke
From desolated ?Or?rtua, tram beds ot
Pram sorrow's bitter tears and sin's
With lonely aching hearts and long
;~: . lng? vain,
"We would go bom?.
Pram hidden griefs that in our bosom
From busted hoped, from fears wa
From wrongs that make our spirits
writhe and swell.
We would go bom?.
Bbl Flnlsb.-She-It seems strange
that roo did not remember my face,
ind yet you remember my name.
He (ackwardly)-Well, you know.
?rou have an attractive sort of nam?.
says: "The law of life is
motion, to appear to
stand still is to begin to
go back." Killing the
bond issue would ap
parently leave our
streets in no more dis
graceful condition th?n
they have been for the
last five years. But
would it not-'be more
than this? Would it not
be an admission of civic
* STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD j
Cream Applied in Nostrils
Relieves Head-CddS st Once.
\-v .-.- V-. -
If your nostrils sro clogged and
your head ls stuffed and you breathe
freely because' ot a cold or catarrh,
fust get a small bottle of Sly's Cream
Barm nt any drug atore. Apply a lit
tte of - this fragrant, dntlspetlc cream
Into your nostrils and let it penetrate
through every -air passage of your
dear, sooto??g and bealing the inflam
ed, swollen mucous membrane and
rou get instant relief.
Ab! how good it leela. Your nos
trils are open, your head ls clear, no
nore hawking, snuffling, blowing; no
nore headache, dryness or struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Balm ia just
what sufferers from bead colds and
L-atarrb need. I t'a a delight.