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FARMERS BUILDING A
Ri Wm ROAD
SEVERAL HAULING SAND ON
Bad Stretch tn Road and Mud
Holes Being Fined by These
splendid piece of volunteer road
improvement work is that being done
on the Crytonville highway, south of
Helton, according to reports from the
office of the county supervisor.
Yesterday morning .Supervisor King
stated that a half dozen more wagons
(rere engaged in the hauling of sand
which is" being put, on a bad srtetch.
of this new road. Holes In the road
are being filled with the sai A and the
material ls being spread over the sur
face ofx thc road for about a half
mlle. By mixing the sand with clay
a splendid piece of sand-clay road is
Yesterday' morning the following
gentlemen had wagons hauling sand
for these Improvements: J. Clyde
Creen, 3 wagons: Dr. W. It. Hnynie,
one wagon; lt. D.-Smith, one wagon;
J. Mack King, one wagon The sand is
bein;* furnished fres' of charge by
W. C. Oreen, a well'known farmer of
I am the man to fix your teeth
so you can eat the pie that I put
In the Piedmont Belt.
I make plates at $6.50
I make froid crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting 40Jc.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolaris of the gums
and all crown and brldgo work
and regulating ntal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
G. BR UCE
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Use a little extra money to
good advantage just now? .
Haven't you something to sell?
Do you own something you no
longer use, but, which if offered
at a bargain price would ap
peal at once to some one who
does need it?
An INTELLIGENCER Want
Ad will turn th?tff?ek.
When your baby is eros* andy
fretful instead of tho happy, laugh
ing little dear you are accustomed
to, in all probability the digestion
has beeome deranged and th' bow
els need attention. Olve it a mild
laxative, dispel the irritability and
bring back the happy content of
The very best laxative for child
ren is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, because it contains no opiate or
narcotic drug, is pleasant tasting,
and acts gently, bnt surely, with
out griping or other distress.
Druggist^ sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin at fifty cents and one dol
lar a bottle. For a free trial bot
tle write to Dr. AV. H. Caldwell.
452 Washington St., Monticello,
"T1IK PRINCE OF TONIGHT
Musical Comedy That Kan for Kat Ire
, Season In Chicago Will Be At
The Andersen" Feb. lt.
It is a question whether Adams,
Hough and Howard, authors of a score
of successful musical comedies, have
given the public anything quite so
tuneful, so original, witty and full ol
action as ''The Prince of Tonight,'
the musical comedy in which Toni
Arnold, will be seen in the title role
at the grand opening of "The Ander
son" theatre Februray 19th.
Certainly they have created nothinf
which haB received a more hearty wei
come in Chicago, where lt ran for ai
entire season, and the same enthut,
iusm prevail:; on the road tour. Sonn
have attributed its charm to the cap
able company, others to its abundunci
j of tuneful numbers, the story ltsel
has been pronounced of sufficient in
terest to stand without the aid o
music, and many have wa xe"; enthus
?astir in discussing its scenic beaut)
The story relates of a buoyant col
lege youth, who accepts a position o
life saver at the famous hotel "Th
Breakers" Palm Beach, although h
knows nothing of the art of swimmlni
Smitten with the cbarms of a pr?te
girl, who by the way, ls an heirea
that doesnot permit her heart to ru
away with her head, the collegial
after a gentle hint that his lack c
his world's goods ls a barrier to BU<
cess in love, stumbles into the worl
of magic. Through the mythlcul ii
tinonee of a blooming century plant 1
is turned intro a price of the land <
Lunitania. and must die with the con
lng of dawn unless he .is kissed by tl
1 girl he loves. During his reign as tl
j pro e. he meets the charming helrei
but In turn rejects her, until he
about to die with the ending of tl
i night when she kisses him saving h
[life and all ends happily. Among tl
spng hits are.'"Her Eyes Are Blue F
Yale." "Tonight Will ? Never Con
Again." "I Wonder Who's Kissing H
Now," "I Fell In Love On Monda)
"Mean Moon Map," "I Don't Want '
Clarry Tom Family." "Can It 1
Love?" and 'The Girl That Can Nev
Be Mine." Mr. Arnold, is Burroun
ed by an exceptionally well balanc
cast and a large chorus.
Featuring Carlotta Milson at t
Much Interest bas been aroused
the announcement that this pop ul
drama featuring the international
famous Carlotta Milson is to be
exhibition at the Paramount todi
Following is a communication fr?
Mrs. M. L. Bonham to F. M. Burne
manager of the Paramount:
"Dear Mr. Burnett:-I.am delight
to see that you have secured "Le
Kle8chna" for the coming week, lt
one of the finest and most enthrall!
dramas I ever saw. I saw it In Bit
mond, several years ago and have
i days boped for an opportunity to .
I it again.
I. am sure everyone who sees lt v
j come away ' repaid. 1 certainly he
?your ?earnest efforts to give us wi
lis good will be rewarded and t1
the Paramount will continue tu h;
splendid audiences. The good mu
.Is well worth the price."
^The -exhibition will begin promt
lat 10;30 a. m., and the per formai
will be continuous until 10:30 p. i
Rickard Croker and Indi ai
AKE GIVEN SCARE
(COXrtNLF.D FKOM PAGE ONE.)
lon, Harris, of Greenville, and Carey,
of Picketts; While there was no pro
nounced opposition to the hill, Messrs.
Toole, of Aiken, and Moise, of Sum
ter, thought the measure was defec
tive in certain particulars and that it
ought to he remedied before its enact
ment. Tile house,.however, declined
to limite any material amendments,
except that the law should not become
effective for a year, which was the
Buggestion of Mr. Cothran, with
view of allowing the statue to go onl
the books and next year pass ainend-l
ments if they were necessary, whichl
would gi\v ample -opportunity iori
everyone to study the statute..
The house took up and passed the]
bill by the committee on the Hospital
for the Insane, which seeks to clarify
certain of the authorities of the boan
of regents of the Hospital for the In
sane, and placed the reorganization o
the board of regents in the hunds o
the governor. Mr. Massie thought tin
hill was directed against Dr. Strai
and spoke a kind word for him, but
appears that the measure is morl
against the board of regents at tin:
time, than .auyoiie else...
The general Assembly today in Joln|
assembly elected Mr. H. H. Rawls as
member of the board of trustees c
Clemson College, to take the place o
Mr. W. I>. Garrisno, who resigne!
from the board. Mr. Rawls is a .na
tlvo of Lexington County, a gradu?t!
of "Clemson, and at present connecte!
with the federal department of agri
culture, having made a decided sut!
cess of his work in connection witf
the federal government.
Another county has been added tl
the list that want bonds for per mts
nent road improvement. Grecnvilll
and Richland alr?ndy have bills pro]
vldlng for a million or more dolln:
to be expended on good roads. Berkd
ley County has asked for authority tl
levy a spcciul tax which fun. if tia
people vote it, is to bo used for pef
nianent road work. Today AnderscJ
County introduced a bill asking fe
authority to l?3tio ST'.O.OOD in boucl
and to use the proceeds on permauet|
roads in that county.
Both the Sinkler senato bills
compulsory education, with the con!
promise substitute bill as an amena
ment, and the remuent of the Harp!
bill were given third readings in tf
She Asks Seed Grail
Mips Helen Losan itch, daughter
the termer minister of agriculture
Serbia, who ls hero pictured in bj
native costume, has come to
United States with a companion, Mri
i Bride at Palm Beach.
home anil sent to the senate. The
senate will probably consider thc
Sinkler hill first, as ii is returned to
thut body with amendments, hairing
passed throe readings in both
brauche? und the chances are decid
edly In favor of tbe passage of a
compulsory school attendance law. -
Owned Steamer Sunk
It Is Not Known Whether Vessel
Flew Greek Flag or Stars and
(By A ?ocia U :J Press.)
WASHINGTON, Feb.. J2.-Ambassa
dor Morgenthau reported from Con
stantinople today that (he steamer
Washington, partly American owned,
had been sunk while in the harbor of
Trebizond, Turkey, during the Rus
sian bombardment "of that port, lie
oaid he would forward a report of the
It is not know whether the steamer
Hew thc Greek ?M American flag,
though she was not under American
registry. She was owned by the Grech
Archipelago company, a concern in
corporated in the State of Maine and
in which a majority of the Btock is
understood to be heh" by Greeks whe
arc naturalized Americans.
If no formal notice of bombardment
was given, th! state department prob
ably will, be asked to present a clain
for damages to American property, al
though if the vessel flew the Greel
flag, negotiations probably would ~bi
conducted by Greece. MoBt of thc ves
sels of tl'is country, lt ls understood
usually sall under tbe Greek ensign.
SEATTLE, Wash., Feb. 12.-Th
United States government today char
terod the schooner Bender Brother
to carr; supplies to the natives of th
Pribilof Islands lu Bering Sea. re
ported threatened with starvation.
SAON ANTONIO. Tex.. Feb. I?.
With tho Ken lenee of Da years in th
penitentiary given Charles Cline toda
the court record shows 12 men hav
been convicted for the murder of Dei
uty Sheriff Candelar? Ortiz in Septen
i for Her Native Serbia.
Groultch, wife of the Serbian unde
secretary, of foreign affairs, to ai
Americans to send .r,ced grain ai
agricultural Implements to her st ric
en country. Serbia with Poland ai
Belgium is the greatest sufferer
the war. Hundreds of square mil
bpve been devastated. The rufn at
?u.fertng in northern France ?i
approach what Serbia na', go
through. Miss Losanttch has be
Very active in organizing ninny ri?
hos pi tel H for the Serbian arm
There was no regular Bed Cross t
society in Serbia and*the.circle of S?
binn sisters, of which Miss Losantt
tvaia on A nt His ?sadi???r t-clrl!;-.. :
termlned to ?apply the lack. T
women trained themselves In nursi
and hrst aid, with tho renou ti
when Serbia was at war with Turk
the army was well supplied with
(irmly established and well tralr
NO MOTS ISLAND
ntire Villages Disappear and
Those of Which Traces Re
main Were Ruined.
(By Aivortatfd frc??.) .
TCTi'ILA, American Samoa. Feh.
2.- (hy wirelcs-u.-An earthquake
nd a tidal wave accompanied the
Hirth mic which swept No Man's IB
and of the Samoan group, first re
torts of which rea'jhed here two day?
igo. Fuller detalla received Imlay
how thal three persona were killed.
Entire villages disappeared. Those
?f which traces remainetl were ruined.
Ul shipping either was destroyed or
md ly damaged. Three-fourths of tho
.neon palms, on which the islands de
fend tor nourishment, and their com
?erce i:? copra were levelled, and nil
he remainder Injured. Some planta
ions were wiped out.
lt will be a year before any tooti
plants can be brought into beuriug
again and three thousand inhabitants
are destitute. The American gun
boat Princeton is conveying food,
clothing and temporary assistance,
but the need for further aid is tit
The South Seas have known hurri
canes before, but the situation left in
the wake of this one ts described as
First Dispatches From Island.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 12.-Today's
dispatch from Tutuila to the Associ?t- |
ed Press and Its bri"f predecessor of i
Wednesday describing the Manuu Is-.j
lands, disaster, are the tlrst news dis
paw hes ever received In America
from the scene ol the disaster.
Th*1 historic hurricane of March,
188'J, when the American men-of-war
Trenton, Vandalia and Nlpsic and the
German warships Adler and Eber
were caught in the open harbor of
Apia, was not reported in this coun
try until weeks later.
Stories wer?? brought here by ves
sel and because the dramatic inci
dents connected with the brave con
duct of the American seamen aroused
such interest, lt was sent overland on
four wireB simultaneously to a length
of 30,000 words. The present hurri
cane appears to have done ever great
er property damage.
A government wireless station was
established at Tutuila last summer.
From there the message received to
day probably was caught by the sta
tion at Apia, built by the Cern?an gov
ernment and taken over bv the Brit
ish when they captured German Sa
moa. Thence lt was relayed to tin
powerful commercial station at Hon
olulu and transmitted here.
RF. SK RV F. SKATS
For "The Prince of Tonight" Turxda;
.Morning at Theatre Ber OfUee.
Seats for the [ musical spectacl
"The Prince itt* Tonight." coming t
the grand opening of "The Anderson
theatre Friday, February 10, will b
on sale at theatre box office Tuesds
morning, February 16, at 0:30. Thi
most talked nf musical play will uti
doubtcdly do capacity business, an
it would bc well for theatre-goers d<
siring choice locations to pureba;
their tickets early.
You cnn g<it the news wblle Its, ne
In The Morning Haily Intelligencer.
To Buy a Far IT
To Buy City Pr
To Buy Anythi
To Give Away J
To Rent Your I
To Rent-Your 1
To Obtain Boa
Have You Foin
In fact, if
rw t in rv ?
Fhe candy through
. universe for the
'Twill be on Sunda
course, you're goi
Time For Making Uttums Out Fe
Please tako - notice only i., more
days time for returns for personal
e property will be out.' Respectively
o ask ail cities and towns' and tha
country to please make effort tu
e make returns, otherwise you are Ila
y ble to 50 per cent penalty. Board ol'
City of Anderson asks that returns be
mado to Auditor at once.. t
February G, 1916.
lieu ard is offered for information
Ito the whereabouts, or leading to tin
I apprehension of ono Joneph B. Tay
i. Male or Fer
operty. A Situation
ng. To Sell Yoi
\nythiiig. To Sell Yoi
-louse. To Sell An;
Rooms. To Exchan
rders. To Be Kno
id Anything. Hav*; You
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there's anything under th
want, try the intelligent w
um XT aTaVTlMM V 1/^1
IL I 1N1?I/LIW
Io. 321:-25 WOT
ntire week for $
Dut the whole
y this time, and of
ing to remember
ie to go. ?l
! the Kind.
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lor. who left home about the 13th of
February. 1914. He ia the BOU ot F;
M. Taylor, about 30 >eara old, B 1-2
feet tall, weight 130 pounds, clean
shaved, blue eyes, light hair, email
lump on loge or left ear and walka
slightly pigeon toed. Waa a farmer,
and would likely be on a farm now.
and wai sober and industrious-work
er. He left a wife and two small
children, who with bia parents are
anxious to hear from him. Write Mri.'
Joe. ll. Taylor. Burr, 8. C. It. F. D. 1.
V'Vnt'K TO ?KEB1T011S,
AU parsons huving claims against
the estate of J. K. Smith deceased, are
hereby noticed to present them' pro
perly proven to the undersigned with
in the time prescribed by btw, and
those indebted to make settlement.
B. J. SMITH,
TOUX aTOAR??C pSUtfS
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