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* tte ma of Interest and Persona
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l'r? A gala.
Cotton was selling yesterday on the
streets of Anderuon for 8 1-4 cent? per
pound, this being clio highest price
paid for tho past I wo weeks. Despite
thc ad\fcnco of 1-4 cont per pound ov
er tho price that had prevailed for the
past two weekB, very little of the sta
plo was offered for sale.
Victor, two reel, featuring Harry
MeyVrV-'rid Rosemary Thenv.
U I ?JU- vj ? , : * ?
A Joker Comedy.
A Gold Seal two reel drama, fea
turing;. Grace. Cunard, and .
"WHEN CUPID CAUGHT A
A Nestor Comedy.
"THE ISLAND OF HAPPINESS"
A Mig U two reel Drama, featur
ing Edna Maison.
"EVERY INCH A HERO"
"THE MASTER KEY"
"AND THE DEACON SWORE"
THE HOUSE OF FEAR"
?JA. 3 reel Imp Special, featuring
Hobart Henley and Frances Nel
''Ol?jrap LEG'S WILL"
pison Wo^reel, featuring Grac?
Cunard and Frances Ford. .
"THE DEATH OF SIMON LA
An Lko Comedy, featuring Billy
Two selected reels to be added
to each day's program, making
FIVE "big reels daily. Best pic
tures, also best screen in town.
;< Hie same company wo had booked one
.si/i- or Anderson they rofused to play li
booking them for next week, and we Ci
JW to be u;< GOOll or NETTER than an j
? SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
t* ^P* *^ ty* ^r* ^f* ie*
Nr. Watton Hoing
News yesterday from Hie bedside of
Hon. J. fiction Watson, who was op
erated un Thursday in < 'olumida, was
to tho effect that he was doing fairly
?veil. The operation, whicli was rath
er u difllcult and dangerous one. wa?
a success, but Mr. WatHon has not yet
fully rocovered from thc effects of lt.
Ho had rather p bad night Friday
but was better yentordav. lt is stat
ed that he IB suffering considerably
but that IIIH condition ia not such Hist
there is any cause for uncuslur.Bs.
? Senator J. L. Sherard and other
membors of tho legislative delegation
have come up from Columbia for the
week-end. both branches of tho gen
oral assembly having adjourned In
time to allow the members to spend
Sunday with home folk. Tho mem
bers of thc delegation hove received
much commendation for this action tn
recommending an appropriation for
the furtherance of agricultural work
lu Anderson Count v.
Tho. chamber of commorco ha9 on
flin names and addrcasos of some COU
peonlo In the North and Northwoot
who pre Interested in Immigrating to
tho South, lt thcan purchase lands
ut suttabln rrlec* and terms. Land
owners or others who might bc inter
ested in this matter may get the
names ?nd addresses nf these persons
hy applvinr to tho chamber of com -
merce for the ia formation.
Fer Kural Mips..
Secretary Portor A. Whaley of tho
"homler of commoron announced yes
terday that ho had planod something
"ke (to of the rural routo mens of An
dorso'' Countv in this city and county
already, and would place an order for
more of the maps this week. Persons
wishing t*> procuro tho maps aro rc>
quested to notify M*\ Whaley Immed
iately, as tho order will go forward
In thc noxt two or three days. Per
son? who dcBirc the maps should send
tn their orders now, ho ?tatos, as thia
ls tho last hatch that will bc ordered.
Tho maps cost ?n cents each. Per
son! from out of town who desire
maps should send three cents extra
to cover tho cost of postage.
Have Von Lsrd
For Sale er J .ease I
Thoso who have lands for salo or
loase and who are interested-In the
matter of bringing Immigrants to this
section of the South to settle on the
undeveloped lands are requested to
communicate with the secretary of
the chamber of commerce. Porter A.
Whaley. A conference of settlement
.\nd de idopment will be li*1 Ul in Char
leston on Thursday. Fridnv and Sat
urday ot this week, and Mr. Whaley
ha's been requested to furnish at this
meeting data with reference to Undi
that are for sale or lease in this sec
tion of tho State. *
Interest Here la
There ls considerable local Interest |
tn the marriage yesterday in Green
ville of M". Louis H. Gary and Miss
Fanny Stone, both of that city. Sev
eral Anderson friends of the young
couple attended the wedding. Mr.
Cary U well known and popular In
Anderson.. He ts quite prominent in j
Elk circles of the State and bas held |
many offices of high rank in this or
' Changea la Perce
? ?f The Intelligencer.
Friends of P. B. Kenney, of Shrove-"
port. La., who for the past . several
. months bas been pressman for The
Intelligencer, will be Interested In !
knowing that he haa resigned hts |
position here. Mr. Kinney -left yss
terdny for his old borne, where he will
vlsi; ?or a while. From there he will
go to Houston, Texas, where he has
accepted s position on one of the Urge
datly papers of that city. He ls suc
ceeded on The intelligenter force by
o before but ou account of
ere; we have however auc
LTARANTEE this broadway
r ?how you ever saw at the
rVV. E. Haid win of Spnrtanhurg one of
the most caiiublc pressmen In tho
State and a gentleman of pleasant
address. DttrlnK his short residence
in the citv Mr. Kinney made numerous
friends, who will regret to learn of
I1I3 departure. They wish him suc
cess in his now Held. S. D. Nicks of
the staff of linotype operators.of The
Intelligencer ha; also resigned his
position, lie is succeeded by il. M.
Aull of Newberry, who ls an opera
tor of experience and skill. Mr. Nicks
is a very canahle operator and will
make good wherever ho locates.
Has Faith in
l'on dil Ion H.
Mles Dorn Oelsberg leaves totlay for
Now York Citv, Philadelphia and
naltlmoro to purchase millinery and
ready-to-wear for spring. She states
that thc depression In thc cotton busl
neso 1* not going to deter her in buy
ing liberally of thc best makes and
tho prettiest patterns. In other
words, Miss Oelsberg U an optomist,
and ls strongly of thc opinion that
the worst has passed and that there
is a silver Uti inf; to tho dark clouds
which have hovered ovor tho country
for several months, and she ls going
to bring r nico assortment of the
prettiest of ready-to twear and milli
nery back to Anderson when she re
turns In about three weeks.
Dr. Klnard to
Dr. James P. Kluan!, president. of
Anderson College will teach Ute Bara*
ca class of the First Baptist church
Sunday school this morning- Dr.
Kinard is n ripe scholar and baa a
profound knowledge of the Hilde and
hia talk to the class this morning will
doubtless -prove ono of tho most In
teresting > talks of thc kind that ha ;
been made in thc city in some time.
A .lui' nttendaneo of members is urg
Tho following notlo with reference
to the moetlng nf the ministerial au?
sedation has been given out by tho
secretary of the city association. Mr.
W. T. Bolvin: The city ministerial
association will ntcot at thc Y. M. c.
A. next Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
There is a great deal of Important
business to come before us, so we take,
this method of . reaching all of the
ministers ,of tho city, and urging
thom to be present. Thc new Baptist
pastor at West End, and Brother
Kirkland, edlttor of our .Methodist pa
per, are especially requested to be
with us. Now lot's meet this time
even If tho weather ls unfavorable.
BOT. I?. E. karnak to
Tho Pov. D. E. ,'amak, president ot
the Tetllo Industrial Institute, at
8partanburg, ia a visitor to Anderson
and this morning will speak at Bethal
Methodist church. His address at th?
Orr-JUIc churcn will be made at thc
regular hour for the morning Bervlee.
At Bethe! church he will speak at the
usual hour for tho evonlng sorvtee.
An Old Heed
There wu* recorded yesterday In
tho office of Clerk of Court Jamba N.
Poarman a title to real estate that ta
63 years of age. The deed records
the transfer of 170 acres of land in
Anderson district, on the west side of
2.1 Milo Creek (now Three and Twen
ty Creek) from J. A. Bogga to Wil
liam Ford, tho consideration being
S?OO. The deed bore the dato of Sep
tember 27. 1852.
Can Pay Fer Pating
la JO Installment*.
lt Ja not unlikely. that. tho street
paving commission will adopt plana
whereby property owners \?ho are
assessed for street paving-^ptovld?d,
ot course, the bond Issue carries->
may, pay their assessments cash or
In 10 installments, extending over 'a
period of that many years. At a re
cant meeting'of the commission on
the matter nt makin* the assessments
payable in Ove to lo installments waa
discussed. The commission instruct
ed its attorney. Mr. O. Cullen Sulli
van, to write the Arm of brokers who
purchased the Greenville paving cer
tificates asking them If they would
like to have toe certificates extend
over a period of atna or ten years.
The brokers hate replied that they
have no objections to th? certificates
being extended over such a period.
\ and Dazz
tif ul Costuir
r FOR A. S
IS TO E
BEST NUMBER BF
Will Bc Given Tuesday Evening
at Anderson Col
Tuesday evening Anderson people
?ill have the privilege of attending
what will probably prove thc best
number of thc lyceum course for this
season. Tho number will coat the as
sociation moro than any attraction
brought here Up Until thl? time, which
ls in Itself an' Indication of what thc
number will he. The attraction will
consist of the rendition of Host ami's
"Thc Romancers." by thc company of
the noted director. Frank Lea Short.
In bringing ' this play to Anderson
the college 1B* offering to the city one
of thc best dramatic performances on
the college stage today. The play ld
the best com efl v work of tHs eminent
French dramatist. Edmond Rostand,
and the noted! director Frank Lea
Short has ari' international reputa
Thc many letters which Mr. Short
has received regarding his production
of "Thc Romancer:;" arc the best
proof of Its success and of the wide
spread appreciation of its production.
On? communication from Professor J.
P. Wickersham Crawford of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania will suffice.
"Dear Mr. Short: Allow me to con
gratulate you' on tho excellent per -
formance of "The Romancers" given
before the faculty and students of the
Summer School of the University of
Pennsylvania. I have been an ad
mirer of the play for years, but the
presentation of your company exceed
ed all my expectations. I assure you
that your company will always bo
welcome at the University of Penn
Thc costuming, und scenorv of tho
present nroducttoh will be tho most
costly and elaborate ever offered with
a lyceum attraction and tho company
will bo composed of well known- play
ers of classic'experience.
CHILD GETS S?CK
"California Syrup of Figs'* can't
hann tender stomach
A laxative today sates a sick child
tomorrow. Children Blmply will not
take the time from play to empty
their bowels, which become clogged
hp with waste, liver gets sluggish;
stomach sour. ,
lx>ok at the tonrue. mother. If
coated, or your child ls listless, croea,
feverish, breath had, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full of cold or has sore
throat or any other children's ailment,
give a teaspoonful of "California Syj
rup cf Figs," thea don't worry, oe
causo lt ls perfectly harmless, and in
a few hours all thia constipation
poison, sour bite and fermenting
waste will gently move out of the
bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. A thorough - "inside
Cleansing" ls of rimes ail that ls nec
essary. It should be. the first treat
ment given in any sickness.
^Beware of counterfeit 'fis syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle ot "California 8yrup of Figs/'
which'has full drectionw tor babies,
children ot all ages and for grown
ups plainly printed on the bottle,
i/ook carefully and see that It a made
hy the "California Fig 8yrup Com
Lee Owens of Pendleton was a visi
tor In Anderson Saturday,
Hon. W. H. Glenn of Centervtlte was
a visitor in tho city Saturday:
ie? and Eie?
"KUM AM) WALL PAPEll
FOR MARKETING CREAM
AND EGGS OFFERED
WORK TO BEGIN
Territory Between Anderson and
Williamston Is to Be Cover'
Details a.? to thc conducting of thc
creamery route to bb operated out of
Anderson and plans for the promotion
of bog. and poultry raising tn connec
tion with thiB industry were discussed
yesterday at the - chamber of com
.nerco with two score or moro inter
ested farmers by three experts ot the
extension department work ot Clem
Whtte the locality In which the
creamery route will be operated was
selected, the exact highways along
which tho cream collecting wagon
will pass was not decided upon. This
matter will be determined definitely
between now and February 16, the
Mme at which it Is hoped to have the
scheme tn operation. It waj decided
that thc creamery route would, cover
the section of the county between An
derdon and Williamston. and while lt
was ?Sefinltely decided it is probable
that the wagon will pass along tho
Williamston mad in going out nf An
derson and follow the Greenville road
In returning to the city.
Tho detalla of the workings of thc
creamery route were fullv exnlalned
to tho farmers by Prof. D. W. Wat
kins, assistant dairyman of Clemson
College. He told of tho money that
was to be made out of the cream
business, how Clemson College would
go about collecting the buttor fat.
manufacurlng the butter from lt
and placing the same upon the mar
kets. For the first three months the
route ls in operation the expenses ot
thc sam? will be borne by donison
College. Cream will be collected every
day at Ute houses of thosp farmer.1
who have agreed to furnish butter fat.
Tho product will bc shipped'to Otem
Hon College, and thosp who have
furnished cream Will * receive chocks
at the end of each month for the but
ter fat furnished during, the month
lust ended- After the . first. .three
months the cost of operating the
route will pe taken out of the-Checks
returned to Urose persons tor? cream
nw?'"? ?? * ??".
. Prof. V. H. Calvin made a short talk
to the tannera on the'subject of 'wis
ing pigs in connection with the cream
Industry. The plan ls tr. get the farm
ers along the route who turnish
cream to uso skimmed milk in feed
ing Pigs. There is nothing better for
young pigs, he stated than skimmed
milk, lt being aunerior to corn.
Te Collect Eggs,
lt ls planned to collect eggs along
the route as well aa cream. An In
teresting and instructive talk on this
subject and the general subject ot
poultry raising was mada by Fru?.
Frank C. Hare. He pointed out how
tir?se farmers furnishing cream along
the route could* utilise their sour
skimmed milk to advantage In feed
ing their-chickens. .Skimmed milk
and oem meal, he stated, makes the
Anest, poultry food there is. and will
make G?fem .lay in the Wln^r. . . ? .
The plan is to have a number of
farmers along the craateary route
oign agreements to furnish Clemson
College with fresh oggs. There are
to be furnished. Cartoons for holding
ons dosen eggs will be furnished the
farmers. The eggs are to be placed
Ilk these, white eggs In on cartoon
and brown eggs In another, the box
sealed up and stamped with the num
ber assigned the patton furnishing
them. The eggs will be taken ?/y the
cream collector and forwarded to
Clemson College, from ''which point
they will he placed on the very 'best
ng Girls-A. Riot of
ed wltlr Entrancing
?S FOR MONDAY:
ii"-A Two Reel Domino Feature.
."-One of thone screamingly funny Keystone
\ genuine money saving event, actual savings
ia dependable merchandise values.
Here is your opportunity to save money on
dependable merchandise of the highest char
acter. Seldom does there come a time when
you c?n buy strictly high grade goods at prices
as low as here quoted. 1
Come, see, and convince yourself that this
is a money saving Opportunity, which you con
not .afford'to miss. ! i
NVW -lind Spring- Dress Ginghams. ... 10?
1.00'J yartla Apron Ginghams, value 7c.... <...,. . . .....Sc
2,000 yards Heavy sheeting, worth 7c .. ... ... ...6c
40-inch All Wool Barge, regular price 60c... ... . :. >.....-, ...Sic
72-inch Fine Broad Cloth, regular..price 6Gc. .... -%. .... ...,Jsh:
Ono lot Cotton Blankets, regular price'75c. . . . ...50c
One lot Extra Heavy Wool Nap Blanket, regular- price 12.90 ,. .$145
54-inch All Wool Serges in alt colet's, regular 75c.50c
One lot White Dress Litton, value 3Gc... ... ... ,.V.19c
One lot Crepe Plaid Dress Goods in beautiful colors, values ?25c ,.1Re
Ono lot Fine Silks for Waists, tn all shades, worth 50e...85c
Ono lot Dress Goods in Wool Suitings, regular .price 50c.85c
One lot Chambry in Bolid colors, regular price 10c..Gc
Ono lot Children's Dresses in Ginghams and Caloteas, regular price
Ladles' Caracul Coats, values up to $8.00.> .v.. . .. .. . .$&48
One lot Ladles' Shoes on counter, sises up to 4 1-2...98c
Now Uno Ladles' row cut Shoes Just received' in Gun'Wctai. Viol Kid
and Patent Leather in Pumps, Baby Dolls and Bluchers . .$849
One lot Ladies' Vlei Kid -SJioes. worth $2.00. ..$L39
One lot Ladles' Gun Metal and Patent Leather Shoes, values np tn
$X00... ... . . . ..$1.98
Big line Mcn'B Fine Shoos In all leathers, worth $3.50.$2,49
... CLOTHING :^^:m: -
Big Uno Men's Ai) Woo) Stilts in Blue Serges adi) iFao'cy vt/nfateds.
vaiuoiio.oo.. ... ... .aa.rmJffi. .JmUM
Our Entire lino Men's tfino Slue Sorgo and Fancy Worsted llultB.
. values $12.50 and $15.00.. ...
One lot BoyH' Knco jautts in Blue. Serges ind Cashmere, worth regu
lar $9.00. .'.<.. ... .... ,......$8.98
100 Palra Men's All Wool Casam?ri Panta, worth" S$.00i *.. . v .:$l,48
The Lesser Co.
Where You Pay Less.
PIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See. Me For
^ Any and All
C. E. TRIBBLE,
markets available. Those furnishing
eggs wlll . be paid for them by the
same plan they receive pay for the