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THk SHOW THAI
A MUSICAL GEM
Seats now on sale by committee
Reservd seats on sale Tu
On January 1st -
to turn over several nciv
l?'dVi?'? dkbVi' von?.
NOW, you are resolved
to Pave the Streets
?So far-so good, b-u-t
/We can improve that
home, or tenant house
yt a rent out, and thc ex
pense is very small;
NOW is THE TIMS to |
r What aboutit????
GUEST PAIHT GO.
Phone 48, Earle Street.
"Guest Sells the Best." I
3 large cans t ernst ?cs.-."><.
it ib. esas l'or* and Besas 15c
Austin-ftiafcr is aa? . .Ce* J?or'k
B and Beans s tor.sic
I 2 pound cans sausage ?eat 2f*c
J ..String 3%s?saa, large cass 8
i Hosie wade molasses
I We sell the finest floor ot
j at 10c per gallon, but will not c
j $ ! .00 worth of gvocerics.
j We divide our profils ev?
We are out f or business.
J. P. NOB
S. Mala Ml reel.
n SETALL CHICAG
ESHER offer THE G<
-BY ADAMS, HOU(
HE WATER-FETE AND BANQUE
HE BLUE AND SILVER BALLET?
RANSEORMATION TO THE LM
Grand illumination of Flower* and I.
.KINS AND ?
consisting of R. R. King, Chairman
lesday, Feb. 16th, Si; 30 a
V ffr *a^ ^fr ^fc .*#*. f& ^ 3& ^?*
* ELECTRIC CIT
Items of Interest and Personi
* Wireless on the Si
Long a Subset iber
To The Intell'geucer.
Ono of tho oldest subncrlbcns tn Tito
Intelligencer. bo'H in respect to bin
own ago and tho number of year.-; ho
ha) been taking this, paper, is the ven
erable Mr. J. T. Ashley of ilonea Pat'i.
route Ny 2. Mr. Ashley, who la 78
years ol age. has been a subscriber tn
Tho Intellgcncef sluco it .was estab
lished, and lu still a faithful reader
of thU paper. Illative* Of the vener
ible gentleman who wero in thc city
yesterday stated that Mr. ABhlcy'u
??ea lt li ls good, but that he has buen
Inconvenienced lately on account of
\ yiv Ble?rli T?k-?
(t he l'ai li,T IIUUHC,
Mr. C. H. Bleich, manager of "The
I Anderdon" theatre, has leased the
beautiful bungalow of Mr. S. ll. Pork
er, ch We Ht Whinier atreet, and ho
and hts family, who have been mop
ping ut thc Chiquola hotel since their
arrival tn tho city, will shortly 'move
into it. .Mr. and Mrs. Parker will
boord for tho presont with Mrs. H ti
tus Burrisa on Calhoun street.
j Felt cn inxpecin
School at Cheddar.
County Superintendent of Education
J. U. Felton went to Cheddar, between
Bolton and Wllliamstoh, yesterday
morning for thq purpose of Inspecting
th'? Hcliool ot that place. Mr. Foltun
repcriod upon his return hore thal lie
found the school tn splendid sh..pe
nad thc attendance up to thc normal.
Tlic htrects having dried out suill
I clent ly to allow automobiloH to move
Shout with comparative' safetv. a
large number1 of cars were to bo seen
.abopt the city yesterday. Automo
biles'had been housed so long on ac
count of the Inclemency of the weath
er and tho mud that then* appearance
On the streets of the city again was
particularly noticeable. Many people
commented on tho great Improvement
in tho appearance of business condi
tions which tb? automobiles chasing
-about the streets mado .
Pie Pea* ne?, large can* 3
Bis Mesfay. lance, cans, ?
S ean? sal mon.??c
t bottles tou'Mo cstsnp tor tit
Hood molasses la Jugs? per gal.
ls jug*, per gallon (Mc,
i earth. Wc sell kerosene oil
leliver h unless you buy at least
y day tn die weak with you.
Liges A Leilheett r Building.
(Auspices Anderson I
O TALKING ONE E
?H & HOWARD
L FANCIES Of The I
LA VERE, FRAr
9 CHICAGO'S O
:T, A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
4D OF THE MOON.
; J. S. Fowler, Rufu? Fant, Leo. G?
. m. Purchase your tickel
Y SPARKLETS *
?1 Mention Caught Over the *
tr eel* nf Anderson *
if* ^ ^r* *.^r* *V ^r* .ir* *V ^r* 9? $fr ?Y*
^Prince of Toiihrhtw
Postern Going Up.
Coder thc direction of II. I). COMB.
of the II. D. OOBB Sign Company, work
of "billing" thc citj apropos tho ap
pcurance here of "Prince of Tonight"
at the opening of "Thc Anderson"'
theatre on Friday evening, February
19, was begun yesterday. Several
hu sr billboards ?bSUt thc city wtjrc
covered with large posters advertising
the efe nj, Thc posters arc very
creditable* and attracted no little In
terest from onlookers.
I DnigH ut Work
(hi Nerti? Main.
Steel road drags were put to work
y stertlay dragging North Main street,
between Barlo strest and the post Of
fice. Of ali streets In thc city. North
Main street, between Karlo street mid
the postoim.?, is one ot the moat un
sightly as a result of the huge volume
of mud caused by the continued ralnH.
The street had been cut up baJly
during tho wet weather and in places
the boles wore so deep as to be little
short jtt dangerous for vehicles driv
ing along the thoroughfare. After be
ing dragged for a short whilo with
tho drags the appearance of the street
was vastly improved.
At Clemson Here.
Meut. J. N. Cummings. IT. 8. V
commandant of cadets at Clemson
College_was a visitor in the city yes
terday, rhovtng- come .hore on rather
Important business. No announcement
of the oblect of tho officer's trip ' to
Anderson can be mado just at this
time, hoi lt is expected that a state
ment of .interest to the general public
will lie forthcoming In the near fu
Judge Prince to
Judge Ooo. E. Prince, who with Mrs.
Prince went io C*Uiofuiit several
weeks ago to visit their sons. Norman
and John, is expected to arrive in An
derson ^within the next few days.
Judge Prince will convene a term of
court at Conway, Morry County, on
Monday. February 22. ile ls expected
to arrive here about thc 15th. Ac
cording to advices- received by Mr.
Sam'l. Lb, Prince, Judge Prince is
much improved in health. Mo writes
that he has been to San Diego, where
he took In tao pjghts ot thc exposi
tion. Mrs. Prince will remain in Cal
ifornia until late spring.
Uta** Humed on
Ho at h MeDunle Street.
The blazing up uf nome- gras,; cn ti:.'
premises of Mr.. J. B. Marsball, on
Sooth McDufflo street, yesterday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock waa .respon
sible for a still slarjrn of fire being,
turned in. The automobile hose Wag
on, with cb dm Icu extinguishers'
aboard tor use or, this occasion, t -
s ponded to tho c*U. No damage re
sulted from the olaxe.
Ta Da His Werk.
O. H. Oclgcr, Esq.. who has been
nominated by the Anderson Couuty
legislative delegation for appoint
ment aa magistrate In the city of An
derson, stated yesterday thai]L? had
been b*s*lged with applications from
percions wanting to do his deputy
work. Mr. Geiger will not take up tho
ni.-tte; of appointing a constable un
te bas bean eoatmluSaaed. ils
.tated that he will continue to have
his quarters lu the People's Bank
N, EVA PHELPS, VERA
4K HARSH, LEW NADEN,
N A. HOPWOOD AND
WN BEAUTY CHORUS
260 NIGHTS AT THE
ibberg and J. M. Evans.
ts from committee.
building, and will probably lea sr au
additional office room to bc used for
a court room.
Considerable Amount s
W Cotton VYiis Hold.
Cotton was again quoted af ? l-l
cents on tho streets- of Ute city yes
terday. A codsfderablo a mon nt of tho
staple was offered for sale. At ono
time during the' forenoon sonfcthjjng
like 10 bales were seen at one time on
wagons lined up about the* court
houso square, quite an unusual si.tl,;
for these times. Thc appearance of
U1?9 amount of colton at one limo .ut !
tho rather large number of cotton
buyers busily engaged in sampling it,
together with the numerous other per
sons collected about and passing to
and fro on the street?, lend an air
of briskness to the- busmcss section of
the city that attracted; tim..ye of al
most every passerby > and brought
forth some comment. ?
Child Humed by ?
Mamie G., the two years' old daugh
ter ot Mr. and Hrs. John H. Dobbins.
607 Ella street, cceived rather se
vere burns about the tip.? and oii her
j throat Monday afternoon when she
got hold of a small bottle containing
carbolic acid and put it to her mouth.
Mrs. Dobbins was lil'and tn bed and.
the little girl was In the care of a ne
g? girl. The latter had gone into the
yard and left tho child in a rooin of
the house alone. Attracted* by the
cries of tho child. tho servant rushed
back Into the house to find that the
child had gotten hold of a bottle of
"arbollc acid and had been burned
abu at tifo Hps and on her throat In
endeavoring to uncqrk the bottle.
Drs. J. O. Sanders and Wade Thomp
son were summoned to attend tho l?t
elo giri. U could not bc determined
whether the child- had swallowed any
of thc poison. Yesterday the child
wat- apparently in aa good health ;'s
In ?S Heurs'.
"Prof." W. ll. Hicks, Anderson
County's . well . known prognosticator
In matters pertaining to meteorology
waB In tho city yesterday and when
questioned as to what wa? in store
for this section In tho llntf of weather
replied that it would,-Ingall probabil
ity, be raining within 58 hourn [rom
that time. * Prof.*VH lek? further pro
phecled that thlB rseetlon~ woul' be
visited by ?now b tween February 18
and 20 aud again about March 20.
Mr. T. H. Earle Will
Leave ? Itv Shortly.
Mr, T. 6. Earle expects to leave the
city shortly for Oconee County, whore
h? will spend some time with rela
tives living on the old Press Karie
plantation, between Townvlll? and
Fair Play, on Beaverdara. In th? edge
of Oc-o?e? County. Mr.,Earle his be?n
considering'going to Alabama, ; and it
ls not improbable that after- ?. short
*tav in Oconee County he will go on
to that SUte.
O HEADACHE OR
|CePa 10 cent package of Dr,
James' Headache Powders
and don't stiffer.
.When your head aches you simply
must have relief or you^ will go- wild.
IVs needless to surfer when you can
take a remedy like Dr. James' Head
ache Powders and relieve, the pain and
neuralgia at ooc?v^??Soad someone to
the drug ?tors now far a dime package
ot Dr. james' .Headache Powders.
Don't'suffer. tu u few-moments you
will teal fine-Headache gone-no
more neuralgia pain.
FIRST NICHT TICKETS
ON SOLE THIS MORNING
COMMITTEE OF THEATRE
COMPANY IN CHARGE OF
Hanging of Scenery in New Play
house Will Be Finished
Tickets for the opening night ol
"Tile Anderson"'theatre will hu placd
on sale thia morning by thc commit
tee of the board of directora of thc
Anderson Development Company
owners of the amusement house. Th
tickets will be sold for various price
owing to tho locution of tho seats tf<
?ired. Tickets sold by the directo
will he redeemable at the box oil:
on the morning of February 10 i
regular admission tickets with ct
pons attached bearing the number.-,
the scats. A-a generally known.
Anderson Development Company
.ret the proceeds of the ?U-st nlt
performance. The committee
charge of ticket sales consists ot*
lt. King, chairman; I.eo Geisberg,
lus Kant, J. S. Fowler, and J.
The work of placing thc seen
the now piny house is going st
forward, and this task will bc
pletcd by Friday, it is stated,
scenery is especially handsome
fully as attractive as thal to be
in any theatre in this section
Tlte work of Installing thc e
the theatre ls also nearing
lion. Thc chairs have airca?
placed in ;he gallery and the
?'.ml thc* work of placing thci
orchestra floor, ls now under
Ono of thc most up to da
work about ilie entire theatr
will bc thc floor ol the vesti
lng from the streets to tl
proper. The floor is constr
substance known as perre
appears to be e. collection
colored Etone, r-.ut together
High CUss Attraetdi.
Mr. Walter M. Roles, business
ager of the "Prince of To:
cal comedy company, whl
the theatre, stated .yestcr
company carries two sp'
equipment, which includ
scenery and fixtures usc
ing the show.
ed of a
il car.- of
WELL PRESENTED !
Miss Brooks, as" Sylvlte Was Ex
cellent--Cos lpn tn g
The Frank *Lea Stiff! Flayers pre
sented "The Romane*" last night in
the Anderson Collei auditorium tu
a most oredlUble w2r. They read
their Unes dlstinctlyauid their enun
ciation was excellent J .
"Sylvette" was liken by Miss
Brooks in a mannedjhat was all Cunt
could bc desired, mr volco is sweet
and nor manner wasomc. Tho pa't
of Porcine t taken ff Mr. Homos vi as
excellently done af wore- also tjic
parts of "Bergemsj and "Pasqu?n."
"Straforel" did .ht part in a. wiy
that could not hm but please. Thc
pkrt cor ld easily Ve made a boister
ous ratnor "rouf house" character
hut Mr. Howson Sade it really what
Rostand intended lt-tho part of u
smart, convincinf brigaud.
The audience morned well pleased
with the performance and although';
thc play ls "pola lace" in Its delicate
parts all secmcjto enjoy it and fol
low the story idough.
- Thc costumltM was unusually bril
liant and bandi nie and added much
to thc beauty.?the play.
Cases to Pass Upon
g cases were disposed
tho recorder's court:'
HUI Mulkcy. Charlie
Fred Watt, drunkenness,
g and disorderly conduct
against Percy Boyklh and
were dismissed) Chai-lia
Fred Watt entered pleas
the charges and wore fines]
nrnaiiriail ar ninnijn Af ?K
n Watt ift December 1918
Hy bacom? egective upon
on yesterday on the chargv
This fine was also paid.
Uer, cheating and swld
p ros ?ed, as the case origl
side of the city limits.
IA NEW KLSIDKNT
gl osneeted With ?The Auder,
(rthur Davis arrived, in Ahdcr
night from Hopklntvllle, Ky.,
ier home of Mr. C. H. Bleich,
of "The Anderson" theatre.
ind^UI be connected with the new
tent house. It is probable that
Mr.favia will have charge of the op
of the motion pict uro ma
whieh will be installed tn the
fheatie. and operated when there
?hows holding the hoards.
Show Co. Presents:
"A Morning's Rehearsal."
A Hip Koaliiij? Karre Comedy.
Movies For Today :
"THE SPEEN KIX(."
A two reel Thanhiiuscr feature.
-MAUEL AM? KATTI'S WASH HAY"
One of tbosc funny Keystone' comedies.
10,000 THIRTY THOUSAND 30,000
Fine Dutch Bulbs, Hyacinths, Tulips
Just received from Holland. Must be sold in thc next few days.
Hyacinths 15c to 25c per dozen, regular price 50c to $1.50 pei*
Tulipa 5c dozen, 30c per hundred, regular price $1.00* to $3.00
These are first class Bulbs in every respect
PANT'S BOOK STORE
Increase your chance to share in our profits.
If you have bought a Ford since August 1st,
help us to sell your, friends; Remember, |f
wc sell and deliver 300,000 new Fords before
next August, you'll get your share of from S lo
Ford Sedan $975; Coupclet $750; Town
Car $600; Touring Car $49U; Runabout $440.
Fully equipped, f. o. b. Detroit.
On display and sale at
iALUMtL WHtN BILIOUSV NO! STOP!
MAKES YOI) SICK AND SAUVATES
DRIB'S Unr Toni" ls Kinaem Tr
Crees Yo?r Sly^lsh liver
Cab! Calomel make?: you sick, li's
amblo! Take ? dose of the dangerous
nig tonight ?nd tomorrow you erny lo??
Calomel I? mercury er qulckeilv**
hieb, ea nasa necroait- of the bone?,
alomes, when it come? Into contact
tts sottr bile crashes into it, breaking
' up. This in when you feel that awful
?Ut*? and cramping**.,. If you arra ?lug*
lah end "all knocked out" if your
wr U torpid ?nd how*la conation tri
f< you have headache, d? ki i ncaa, coaled
regne, if breath is hud or atoinach nour,
?nt Irv a spoonful of harmlcsV Ood>oa>
ker lone tonight on my guarantee.
Here's" my gnar?utee-06 fa ?nv drug
?tore- and get a 50 rtnt nottle" of Dod
Bon'H Liver 'Valli. Takt* a 'apoonful and
if it doesn't straighten, yod ? right un
and make you feel Une amt^vtesrhua I
want you to go back tn Ufl'^m? und
p^mnir money. Do.lM.n't' tiver' Tone
li? destroying tue Kale of carome. itecauao
Jt ia real liver mrtlicin. :
table. "therefor* it cnn not Bfllt?ua or
raak* yan sick.
, 1 guarantee that One spMaful of () . :.
aon'a L?vvr Tone will put tour slugginh
liver to work and clean -your I?wei? of
that sour bile ami conuipatM waste
which is clogging your e-?rtetn and mak
iug yon feel miserable, i ?maromee thlt
a ?battle of Dodr-on'a Liver Ton* win
keep your entire family feeling ii ne for
mont aa. Give ?t to *n?r ci>ffdrc.n. It ia
harmless; doe*-) t gripe sod they like id*