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G AND NOV.
Merchants to Hold Big. Sales
That W?l rVfake Dollars
Have More Cents
Thursday, February Isth, Anderson
will have her first Hollar Day Hales
conducted and participated In by
twenty odd merchant*. Ul over the
conntt-y thia Dollar Day sale Is quite
a feature event. The Idea back of lt
Ia for the merrrhmt* of a town to MO?
leet a ewat nnihbfr of F.XTKA SPF.*
|r CIAL, Bona lldfc 'BARGAINS at the
one price of a Dollar.
There will be great ' opportunities
offered, the thrifty shopper In Ander,
son next Thursday to muke their dob
lars do extra work; to make them
have more cents as the saying goes.
The twenty odd Anderson merchants
who are to participate Ia.this Initial
Dollar Day self'are going to offer thc
\ people of Anidan- and Vicinity thc
very best *aln>* fes? their dollars
i o .. I
. Thursday thar can he offered by any
. merchant anywhere, and at any time
If you value your money, don't fail
to read the Tuesday Daily and Semi
Weekly Intelligencer for the extn
good values to,he, had at these differ,
ent stores on. Dollar Day next Thurs
day.. If jem miss this feast Qi rea
bargains you- \V|ll want some one tx
elitist iso yon .severely.
In order te\ impress this Hurga!t
Event on the minds of the people ?
Anderson and vicinity, the merchant.*
participating in thin first combine*
Dollar Day, toge!her with The Intel
llgencer, ha ve ^arranged to held a
.Balloon part j Tuesday evening at I
o'clock io wi^cb^j^.are tery cordial
* ly InvUe'd;V Tijj B^.foot balloons *>H
have tags.er,cognons attached, hear
lng aa Inscription something Ilk
!!?!s: "The mere'hant whose name 1
signed herewith Will, upon presents
? large cans tomatoes.
8 lb. cans Pork and S
Austin Nichols gad Ce
8 penad.cans sausag
; Stefcog beans, large *i
Pi?; Peaches, larg? ca
S(?hominy, large' can
>?ans salmon.. ...
8 bottles tomato cats
(loud molusse~iu jogi
Home made molasses
We sell the finest flour
at 10c per'gallon, hut will no
$1.00 worth of groceries. '
We divide our profits e<
We aye. oui; for busin?e)
J. P. N0B1
N. Maui Street.
Uon of th!? tag to MK store at ?ni
tima Timbear, February 18th,
deliver the bearer the foilov, lng nam
ed article of merchandise absolutely
F KKK of charge; there are na strings
attached, nor any obligation on the
part of the tinder to purchase any
thing; all he lias to de, is % present
this tag, and get hil? present." ' j
The only provision regarding the
redemption of these tags la that none
-a h i ch fall or come dmr u ?mediately
ai or near the point where they are
tirst sent into the air, will be redeem
ed u it h presents. This ls done so that
there will be no Incentive for small
j bnyn to throw rocks Into the balloons
! as they rise into the air. - ,
Already the list of presents which
are to be given away In this manner
comprises a pair of Children's Shoes,
valued at $2,0(1, given by Oelsberg
Bros. Shoe Co.; a pair of gentlemen's
Cuff Huttons, valued at $1.50, and a
: Lady's Bar Pin, valued at $1.50, both
given hy Walter H. Kees?? & Co.;
choice of any indy's or child's Pat
tern Winter. Hat, valued up to $10.00,
given by B. Oelsberg : a Lady's Shirt
I Wiiist. vnlued at $1.00, and a Cent's
Bress Shirt, valued at $1.00, both
'given by Lesser Co.; a Self-Fill lng
Fountain Pen, valued.at $??0, given
j : by Mar ch bun ks k Babb; a Bress Shirt,
j valued at $1.50, given hy B. W. Trill
( ble; Moore.Wilson Co. w??? present
. something, too. The Anderson-theatre
will present three one dollar books of
I tickets of ii dm ls s Ion to their new mo
tion picture theatre. The Intelligencer
II wilt give a three months subscription
_ j to their daily, valued at $1.25, -and
_ I there are several other presents which
I will be given before the Balloon Party
( is pulled off Tuesday evening at 8
j o'clock. It will be either In the Plaza,
lor in front of The Intelligencer office
. nt the corner of West Whitner and
. Peoples streets. Dont forget the date
y and the time? Tuesday, February 16th,
I the time !s 8 o'clock. Come!
'?ans... . ".?.15c
n Pork and Beans 8 for 25c
ans 3 fer..25c
ns 8 for. ... ...25e
is, 3 for... .25c
i. per gallon. . .35c
In Jags per galton ...60c
on earth. We sell kerosene oil
t deliver it unless you boy at least
rery day in the week with you.
ic.; , 'A ,? -. 5 >(-< '
Ligen * Lcdbctter P.allAiag.
* ELECTRIC Cm
* Items of Interest and Persona
* Wireless on the Sb
Sp Sp $p Sp Sp Sp Sp Sp Sf* Sp Sf? Sp Sf? ?jj
ll. L. Ci. ugh mun Had
Former Ilailroad Commissioner
Hanks L. Cnngliman suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis nt his home In Co
lumbia yesterday, according to infor
mation recelad In the city by Mrs.
W. S. Beaty, his daughter. Mr.
Caughman has ecdres of friends in
Anderson who will be grieved to learn
of his affliction and who wish him a
speedy return to health.
One lase Before
There was but one case before Re
corder "Russel in the police court yes
terday. Th? defendant. Jim Trlbble.
entef?*a ' a ' Plea of guilty of charges
of drunkenness and carrying an un
lawful weapon, to wit. a pistol. The
court imposed a fin? of $5 In the first
case and one of $50 m tbe latter. The
defendant is a farmer living several,
miles , below the city.
Tomato Club Now
Has ll? Members.
Tbe'.?ecclot yesterday of a letter
from Uve Roberts Behool girls' toma
to club announcing the perfection of
an organization with eight members
brings the total membership of toma
go club,:; In the, county up to 116, stat
ed, ^^Mii?,} Jeanie C. Carliugtton, In
charge of the girls' tomato and can
ning club work In Anderson county.
The names of thc members of the
RobertB club are: Irene Martin, Helen
Chamblee. Eiebecca Shirley, Mamie
Coker. Lillie Davis. Kiefer Shirley,
Berta Chasteen and Nannie Leese
>'egro Woman Held
For Shop Lifting. ,.
Charged with larceny or one dol
lar's worth of cloth from a local dry
goods store, a negro woman named
Emma Brown w-as arrested yesterday
afternoon by Policeman W. C. Gunter.
It is alleged that the woman had the
I cloth concealed about ber person
when Fhe was arrested. Her case
will be heard In recorder's court next
Monday nt noon.
Received *3tt More.
Treasurer G. H. Geiger o? the An
derson relief association yest'.rday an
nounced the receipt pf $36 in cash for
the Andereon relief association. - Ot
this amount $1 was contributed by H.
H..Rosenberg, and $35 came from.'the
committee which had charge of the
charity ball .recently held at Row
Hill club for the purpose of raising
money for the relief of distress among
the poor people of the city.
Judge and Hfru. Geo. E.
Prince Retnrn Monday.
Judge and Mrs. Geo. E. Prince, wht
have been visiting their sons. Normar
and John, at Banning, California, foi
the past several weeks, will Brrfyi
(jere Monday, according to a messag?
received yesterday by their son. Mr
Sam'l Prince. Some days ago ic wai
stated in a news item in The Intelll
gencer that Judge Prince would re
turn herc February 15 but that Mrs
Prince would remain in Calif oral,
until the latter part pf May or firs
of June. The message received yes
terday, however, states that Mn
[ Prjnce is returning with Judge Prince
They left California last Thursday
Judge Prince will leaMe soon for Con
way, Harry co?nty.. where he is t<
convene a term of court February 22
Dr. snvder nt St? John's
Methodist Church Today.
Dr. Henry N. Snyder, president o
, Woffoid college, will preach at Si
John's Methodist church this inornlni
at 11:30 o'clock. His subject will b
"Remaking the. World." As one mlgh
gatheYi frfera the title,, the sermon wli
touch on the great war now ragin
over .practically all Europe. Di
?Snyder.is one of the most popula
sp?ajrerA$yttie South, as well as on
of''fae**w|gt profound thinkers an
brilliant ?rators. It is needless t
say thai ne will be beard by a larg
congregation today. -
Centenary bf Peace
Tp Be Observed.
L Thfe' abe'1, hundred' years of beac
between the Pp Ked States and Gre*
Britain * will, be obseryed at Ora?
church on Sunday afternoon with
special rervlce. This service <
thanksgiving has been prepared I:
the Archbishop o? . r'perfaland, tr
Most Reverend Samuel P. MatTiesoi
D. D" Metropolitan and Primate '<
All Canada. tngnthi?r with tho Pfooti
lng Bishop ot the American churc
the Most Reverend Daniel S. Tuttle, 1
The following is the order of se
vice: Processional Hymn-God of ot
fathers; The Peace Collects; Lltnr
Hymn; The Litany; Music hy Tall ti
Hymn-America; Sermon; Si
Deum; Recessional-Rise, c.own?
with light The oublie is cordially #?
i vi ted to attend this service,_
( SPARKLETS ?
I Mention Caught Over the *
reel* of Anderson *
New Cashier at
Announcement was mude yesterday
that Mrs. Campbell, who will he re
membered here as Miss Holder, has
accepted the position ot cashier at the
in jon theatre, vice Mr?. Harton, who
resigned some days ago to accept a
position with Mrs. B. Craves Boyd.
Mts. Campbell has been making her
homo in Columbia for the past several
months. Her friends will be glad to
know that she has returned to the
city to live.
Br. King's Brother
Br. J. W. King yesterday received
word that his brother, who lives near
Abbeville, had suffered a relapse and
was again In extremis. Dr. Klug and
Dr. J. C. Harris left for Abbeville
yesterday afternoon. Dr. Harris will
hold a consultation with Dr. G. A.
Xeuffer, who ls attending Dr. King's
brother. Mr. Jame3 A. King. Dr.
King was call?d to Abbeville a few
days ago on account of his brother's
lllnesp, but as the latter rallied
somewhat Dr. King returned to An
(li tn eli man's flub
Meets on Tuesday.
The Churchman's Club will meet
next Tuesday evening with McJ. J.
Trowbridge, on West Franklin street.
Thc hour of meeting will be 8 o'clock.
These meetings of the Churchman's
Club havo been growing in interest
and attendance. Topics of current in
terest are discussed at these gather
ings and the meetings are greatly en
Large Crowd ia
Weather condition being almost
ideal yesterday there was an unusual
ly large crowd in the city through
out the day. Many were of the opin
ion that lt waa, the largest crowd
that has been in the city since
Christmus. Thc country roads having
dried out sufficiently to permit au
tomobile travel, ? number of machine*
from the rural districts were to h<
seen in th? city. The thront
was an orderly one, no drunkenness
or other forms ot law violation belnj
Cotton Off a Bit
On Local vfinkot.
Cotton sold yesterday on the loca
market for 8 cents, the lowest.prici
it has reached in several days. Dur
lng the early "pant of the week tb
staple was quoted nt S l-l cent. Fol
lowing close upon the heels of th
announcement that the Wash in gio:
government" had , addressed rathe
pointed notes to Germany and Crea
Britain, thc market went off an eight
of a cent. Friday lt went off anofhe
eighth, and remain at 8 cent?, yey
lerdav. Whether tho notes to th
foreign nations referred to had un>
thing to-do with the decline in th
pr?ce of cotton, local buyers wer
n'-': prepared to say.
o ? ?
Lent Begin K on
February 17 ls Ash Wednesday., til
first day of the Holy season of Len
During a period of 40 days there wi
be a cessation of social entertainment
and merrymaking in general on tl:
part of members of the churcht
throughout the country. Services ai
propriatc to thc occasion will bc bel
at St. Joseph's Catholic, church at
Grace Episcopal church on Wedne:
dav. Thursday services will be he
at Hie Episcopal church. Friday se
vices will bc held at the Cat liol
church. Announcements with refc
once to there services will h? foui
in the column of church notices.
St. Valentine's Bav ' .
Sot Widely Noted.
Indications yesterday aid during tl
latter half of ?he week pointed t
S. Valentine's day being not so ve
widely observed in Anderson th
year. Not a great many valentin
were dlspoeed of by local ,stor<
However, tberc were none of the ho
rid type on sale, or rather none wc
seen for sale about here. Tho
valentines which were sold ' were
the artistic -kind, or the type th
makes the recipient fee I good and. n
like he bad heen soused In the fa
with a shove! of mud from the spa
of some expert at 'mud slinging.
TB I NO OF T1IK PA I
(CONTINUED FKOM PAGE ONE.)
accomplished In the way of placl
our banking system.'on a firm foti
dation." Bald Mr. Hamlin. He th
reviewed conditions which existed ii
der the old rystem and said con'
tiona Just prior to the opening of t
federal history of our country."
"Tho uctahiishment-pf .inc fedo.i
And Fertilizer Subjects of Ad
dresser at Court House
! Several farmers of Anderson county
gathered In the county courthouse
yesterduy at noon lu response to an
announcement to the effect that "fer
tilizer and economy" talks would he
made hy Clemson College representu
< The principal address of the pccas
: ion was made f?y Mr. W. H. Miller, a
I Presbyterian clergyman of Clemson,
who has been detailed hy the institu
tion to make addresses un various
subjects at points throughout the
Stato where the authorities may send
him. Mr. Miller spoke on the subject
of economy, in the home und on /he j
I arm Ile showed how farmers could
economize hy pleating peas, beans and
peanuts for th'lr food values and sub
stitute cotton seed meal for a part of
their corn mu ion for - stock. The
speaker showed how farmers in this
section of the country could can their
own vegetables and fruits at a very
much lower cost than they can pur
chase these commodities from the
A brief talk on the 'subject ?of fer
tilizer was mude by Mn \V. D. Gar
rison, who has been appointed de
monstration agent for Anderson coun
reserve Fystem has been a potent
cause in our financial recovery." he
added. "In the llrst place it estab
lished lower reserve requirements,
thus releasing an enormous amount of
cash as a busis for future credit
operations. It mobilized a material
proportion of the reserves of the mem
ber banks In the federal reserve
bankB. thus furnishing a fund from
which banks could be assisted in re
discounting commercial paper.
"An elastic note IssUe . also . was
provided ?or, rl3ing and falling In
response to the needs of agriculture,
commerce and industry. Acceptances
in the import and export trade also
are p?rmltted to he discounted by
federal reserve hanks and the member
banks for the first time were authoriz
ed to accejy bills drawn upon such
Mr. Hamlin said he did not share
; > m- fear of some persons that the
federal reserve banks would hp ve dif
iiculty in earning their expenses and
AT ONCE! STOPS
'Tape's Diapepsin" makes sick,
sour, gassy Stomachs
c i Do some foods you eat hit back
i taste good, but work badly : ferment
o i into stubborn lumps and cause-? sick
e sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or
?Mrs. Dyspeptic. Jot this down: PapeV
I DiapepBln digests everything, leaving
I nothing to sour and upset you. There
never was anything so safely quick, BC
certainly effective. No difference hov
badly your stomach ls disordered yoi
ll : will get happy relief In Uve minutes
i:- but what pleases you most is that ti
ie strengthens and regulates your atom
?s aeli so you con eat your favorite foodi
'J without fear.
j ! Most remedies give you relief some
times-they are HIOW. but not sure
U "Pape's Diapepsin" is qufek. posltlvi
r. and puts your stomach in a health;
lc condition so the misery won't com
You feel different as soon as "Pape*
Dla pepsin" comes ip contact with th
stomach-distress just vanishes--you
stomach get sweet, no gase, no belch
lng. no eructations of undigested fooc
your head clears and you feel fine.
Go now, make the best investmen
you evor made, by getting a large fity
cent case of Papo'B Di a pepsin fror:
any drug store. You realize In fiv
minutes bow needless lt is to suffe
from Indigestion, dyspepsia or an
ALL Emt)PE instTSSiNt;
THE AMERICAN NOTE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
officered by Germans, who were pr?
paring to attack Tor at the entra?e
or the Gulf of Suez.
|,, th? vtsW nf British experts tl
air raid dh Belgium proves tha? in
British airmen are superior . tc tl
German3 add have a gr.'at adenia*
in the possession of a baso m tl
continent as well ns in Englatl. U
while the British, if they are tinah
to return, can land in Kranrv, tl
Germans 'must make the round tri
across the sea.
tn France. Flandcr? and Alsace thei
ral hr,-, been little or no lighting cf it!
attraction st The Anders?? Friday
The candy throughout the whole
. universe for the remembrance of
. the day will be
'Twill be on Sunday this time, and of
course, you're going to remember
MS? what's due to go.
She Knows the Kind.
? vans' Pharmacy
portance, so far as the officia' reporta
lt is announced that the leaders in
the South African rebellion aro to* he
put on trial for treason, and. in ad
dition, to other punishment, may be
sued for looting; and damage done hy
themselves or their followers, while
tho mon of means will lose all their
property. Meanwhile the government
hag' announced its intention bf push
ing with vigor the campaign against
German Southwest Africa.
> Aa the result of Premier Aaqu'-h's
announcement of bia belief that wheat
would fall In price, it ?old at North
hampton today at ?8 shilling a
quarter, a decline of two shillings.'
The Anderson Guaranty &
Now if you have money on hand you caa invest it, increasing
your income by getting first class 8 per cent poper. This beat? 4
per cent We are of the opinion that our legislature eest year will
pass a 6 per cent law in thia State, but if you have a contract for a
number of years at 8 per cent you ure safe.
Our plan is to brins the people who want to loan and the people
who want to borrow together so you won't have to wait for some ono
in your neighborhood to want money, just get m line and let us fanow
your wants and we will see what can be done abou2 getting what yo?
Anderson County mortgages are better than you can get any
where on earth. Better than bonds, better than stock in the new
theater, better than tock m the Elevator Company, better titan rniil
stock, better than bank stock, better than bank oepoelt*, pays better
rate of interest, backed by better security-in fact, the very best arid
safest investment to be had. Get in line quick. Call to see ut,
we can then talk the matter over with you and ?-?re fully explain our
The following amounts are, a few wanted by partie* in Anderson
Sud ?S thc In-fl^TT Ow'nro mm nCwm'?f cfs 1-:
and the louns are desirable. Remember we guarantee good] title* to
these lands; also that you have a ftr*t mortgage agaiaat them,
s - " ' . . . -' ';. '. '.*?.." '.'
100 acres well improved, worth *?^00J00, loan wanted.... .. ..9&66&06
22 aeres well imptoied, worth $1,06000, Issn wassel.
SOO aeres well Improved, worth ?1240046, lau wanted,
se ?er?s wen iw j>???rd, Worth $?V?w?S ?"?SS rr?s?id.
75 acres well Improve*; worth 11,00946, loan wanted.
100 arres worth tl ??HUH), loan wanted.
Ito acres worth *l?e646, lean wasted. .. . ;.- ; ;'? 4664?
130 seres well Improved, worth $940646, wanted.. .. .. 300,63
00 acres yali unproved, worth 9-VW646, wanted. . , 400,80
4* acres well improied, worth 9S43946. wuted. 1,2*140
r,? aere* well Improve*, werth 9946046, wsated. ..' 140040
1M acres well Improied, worth 02,060.00, wanted...?j. .. 8*w.M
One natty wants 0)06.6* en hesse, tat ead siorerovm, werth.1,66640
t ome early aa? get first choke.
The Anderson Guarpty & frist ?fi
1)4 X**t Bsesos Street?