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HELPLESS AS BABY
Down m Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va.-Mis. Anna
Bella Emey, of this place, says: "I suf
fered for 15 years with an awful pain in
?"V side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with
out success. I suffered so very much,
that I became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. 1 was in the wo.st kind
ol shape. Was unable tonio any work.
I began taking: CanSuI, the womar-'s
Ionic, and got relief from the very first
dose. . By the lime I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was cormletely restored.
I am now 43 years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did when only 16. ?. - %
Cardin certainly saved toe fro ni losing
my mind, and I feel it my duty to speak
m its favor. 1 wish I had some power
over peor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it. '
Chstt&noeet Medicine Co.. Ladies*
^ChaUanoof*. Tenn., lor Stscial
Ifcsr CAM *ft3 Sopase book. "Heme
nyoeo.-lii EiiUnwrapper. N.e. 121
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
Office 304-5-6 Bleckley Building.
Office Phone 429. Residence Phone 149
DjR. J. E. WATSON
Office in ?igon 4t -Lcdbcttor Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
PcBldefioe Phone 38?.
n \ ' tn* ' "rI??ii .'i "_
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
IC anyone ow,es you money furnish
us an itemised written statement of
WE GET THE M?NEY
If you owe anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
Oar Mutual Loan Plan.
. Our "Indian" will call on slow pay
era and collect , bad debts.
That hi bia businusa.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson St
Anderson, J. C.
S You've (Sot Money
to Boro Pay More
PER TON FOR
If not-phone me! I've
got the best Coal on the
market at Any Price, and
my price is only $5.00
per ton of 2,000 pounds.
B. N. Wyatt
j -Prione 182. .
PEEL BLUE-08 JUST ?T?Pm.
Sluggish bowels and torpid I'.ver
Usually go together and lt does not
take long tor conatlpatton to produce
a ba I cosdltJon-a feeling of languor
or V aineaa- Ute "blues.", headachea,
palpitation or other malady. Indeed,
whea in this condition the system in
v^tes, more serious Illness and ls not
able' to throw off disease. Foley
CfaUi?r?ic Tableta are a wholesome
laxative and cleansing cathartic.
They; not without Inconvenience.
Kflple* er . sickentrg.. ;
Cr*? OSr ??3GI
FOR SPECIAL MUNICIPAL
ELECTION ON QUESTION
OPEN TEN DAYS
Qualifications for Procuring Cer
tificate and Voting in the
Book? ot registration -for the special
election to be held in tile city of An
derson on Tuesday. March 16 to de
cide whether bonds not exceeding
$100,000. to bo used for street paving
purposes, shall bo issued, will be
opened In the office of Registrar T. P.
Dickson at 9 o'clock this morning, to
remain open for a period of 10 days
The office of the supervisor pf regis
tration is on the second* floor of 'the~
old postoffice building.
I:, order to vote in the approaching
bond election a registration certificate
ia absolutely necessary. The follow
ing qualifications fere necessary to
procure a registration certificate:
1. Production of a certificate of
registration from thej-eglstratlou of
Heer of tu^*???"l?0fjJ^j5j^f^^
C-llji^flfllOeclln the city in whlc
rater desires to vote.
Residence in the State for twe
years, in the county for one year and
within the corporate limits of the city
at least four months before the special
election on March 16th next, except
that ministers in charge of organized
churches and teachers of public
schoolB shall be entitled to register
and vote after 6lx months residence
In the State If otherwise qualified.
3. Proof of payment of all taxes.
State, county and municipal .for the
previous year. The receipt of the of
ficer authorised to collect such taxes
is conclusive proof of the payment of
such taxes. The term "previous year"
means the State and county tax tor
1914, which is now being collected by
thc county treasurer.
It will not be necessary to have
1915 city tax receipts. Receipts is
sued by the city treasurer 1914 city
taxes will be the ones required.
*The Anderson" U
. The Magnet Theatre
I Large Crowds Ware Well Pleas
ed With ?The Gamb
Large and well pleased audiences
visited "The Ailorson," Anderson's
motion picture theatre a? luxe, yes
terday aftornpn and last night, "The
Gambiers" being the attraction on thc
screen. It is one of tile most thrill
ing motion picture dramas ever shown
in this.' section of the country, and
those who saw it yesterday were de
The pictures at "The Anderson" are
.particularly clear and strong, thia be
ing duo to ? new mechanism operated
in connection with the big Powers
machines. The piece of machinery
changes the alternating current to di
rect current, which gives a steadier
and. stronger light on thc screen. In
those pictures the flickering ls reduc
ed to a mlnumum.
There are many features In this
I newest motion picture house that ap
K?? to tho public. It is delightfully
ie>.ted and the'ventilation is perfect.
Tl 3 splendid lighting facilities, the
excellent fire escap0 system and the
generally beautiful appearance of the
placo all appeal to the public. N
Judge Gary Reverses Former Rul
ing Thereby Sustaining Re
lt has been learned from an order j
filed In the office of the clerk of court
that Judge Frank B. Gary baa re- ?
versed himself in a decision rendered
at ?he recent session of court here in
regard to an appeal in the case of the
city against Clarence Williams.
It will be recalled tb?t counsel for 1
Williams appealed> from a decision of
Recorder Russell with reference to the
procedure of drawing Juror*. At tho ;
time the appeal was heavd here some
weeks ego Judge Gary overruled the
recorder. Now that ne has reversed
himself, bc sustains Recorder F<usseU
in t?e decision which the latter ren
dered ia the matter of the procedur
? of .drawing Jurors.
- Ed Thompson of Starr was amen
j the visitors in the <
Yon can gel the news while its ne
i in The Morning Dally Intelligencer.
' M dJ>e> "C-xi^
The congestion of waste and
refuse from the stomach, ferment
ing in the bowels, generates poison
ous gases that occasion distress
and invite serious illness. Health
I and comfort demand that this con
gestion be speedily relieved and thc
foul mass expelled.
The well founded objection
nost peo.>k; to fae violence ot ?t
i bartle an! ru rp ut ive agmtn if.
cvercorao by using tho romblua
tion of simple ln>atlvc herbs with
pepsin that is Bold in drug stores
under tho name of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. A dose at night
brings relief next morning, without
discomfort or inconvenience. A
free trial bottle can be obtained by
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 40
Washington St., Monticello, Ills.
MKS. W. A. HUD G ENS, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. Poster McKisslck and
Jr. and Mrs. DeMent of Greenwood
pent the week-end in the city
;uests of Capt. and Mrs. H. H-J^ut
?ins. Mr. Mc Kissick waatbepafirT nt.
end a meeting of the Jj^r? trug.
eea of Anderaon^oJriege. ~
.JisBCarrle ' Salley of Orangeburg
s the guest ot Mrs. E. W. Brown on
Miss Eubank Taylor is at home
igaln, after a six weeks stay In Co
Misa Sara Furman'has returned to
der home In Clemson after a stay of
.wp week's with Mrs. ,R. C. Webb. ,
Misses Dora and Virginia Kellarna
jf Greenville spent the week-end here
the guests of their sister, Mrs. Roscoe
Moseley. They returned to Greenville
/esterday afternoon i-nd were accom
laincd borne by Mast ;r Roscoe Mose
Miss Elizabeth Humphries of Live
Jak, Fla., a student at the Due Went
female College spent the week-end
.itu he grandmother. Mrs. S. E.
Misa Neille Joe Johnson has return
ed io uer home In Atlanta after a --'isa
..o Mrs. PEU! stevens.
Mrs. Walter Jones of Greenwood is
visiting her sister, Mrs. R, C. Webb.
Beautiful Display of Flowers.
One of the prettiest display of flow
ing ever made in Anderson, is being
ihown in Ute windows ot Or ay ton "a
Ph urn::* ?y, where the Anderson Floral
company have oh exhibition a beau
tiful assortment of plants. There is
juch a wealth ot beauty and coloring
n the many specimens shown, that
the window seems a blt of fairyland
to the passerby.
Mrs. H. Reed Sherard of Belton
spent yesterday with Mrs. J. E. Wat
ion on Calhoun street.
Mrs. J. W. Crymoa, Mrs. E. ' E.
Crymea. and Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Wil
sen of Williamstoa were tho guests
this weok of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Van
diVor on River street.
Delightful Meeting (ateeehee Chapter
D. A, R.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Cateechee Chapter, D. A. lt. was held
on yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. T,
A. Wlggington on Greenville street.
The efficient President Mrs. J. R.
VandlVer had planned a program suit
able to February 22nd, and all the
selections had an especially bearing
on the great .father of his country
George Washington. Two beautiful
poema on Washington were read, one
by Mrs. J. D. Rast, the other by Mrs.
A. P. Johnstone. Mrs. T. E. Howard
read a selection. "The Original Cherry
Tree" from Weemr* lifo or Washington
Harry Lee's . splendid "Tribute to
Washington'" waa read by Mrs.. J. L.
Sherrard. Mrs. T. S. Crayton read a
letter written by Gen. Washington
and said to have been the only humor
ours selection ever written by him
It was written to a Dr. John Cochran
The ingenuous hostess then gave her
gueats a charming little "Tree Con
test," which waa a source of great
pleasure to all. Mrs. T. S. Crayton
and Mrs. A. P. Johnstone tied for the
prise, a lovely copy of Gilbert Stuart's
picture of Washington. This was won
In cutting by Mrs. Johnstone. The
attractive hostess served au elegant
ralad course, and Cach gjaest waa
presented with a tiny flag aa a souve-?
cir of this delightful meeting.
A cake aale will be bald next Sat
urday morning, beginning at 10
o'clock, at MOOTC-WilaonX by ladles
ijf the Ftrat Presbyterian church.
Lacy Meofv Here, '
tr. lacy Moore, who is chief en
gineer of the Southern Railway, waa
here Saturday and ScJiday, havlag
come to make an inspection of Uie
new passenger ?lotion .?* the niuo
Of Anderdon Will Go to Green?
ville Wa hesday for Big
Several loi'al Oem ?sis. among theni
Dre. J. Levis Sander?. Mack Sanders.
W. V. Chlsoltn. James Trowbridge
md Forrest Saggs, will go to Green
ville Wednesday tor the tri-aunual
meeting .of the Piedmont District
The program for the occasion is as
ft a. m.-Business..
. 10:30-Paper: Buckley's Desenslt
sing Paste-A. B. Warillaw. D. D. S.
11:30-Paper: 'Emetine in Treat
ncnt of Pyorrhae-C. Bunting Cel
lon. M. D., D. D, S.
12:00-Paper: Operative Dentistry
-Thos. P. Hindman, D. D. S.
2:30-Clinic. Bleaching Teeth
Seo. C. Albright, D. D. S.
3:30-Paper: Rotation of Physician
nd Dentist-Frank Lander. M. D.
Greenville Man President.
Dr.* Frederick W. Eubank, of this
Ry ls /president of the Piedmont
?ocije?ty; Dr. J. L. Sanders, vice pres!?
JJmt, and Dr. W. B. Simmons, secre
ary sud treasurer.
JOY E. BUK MEI
injured by Exploding Shell While
I Fighting Forest Fire on
Mr. Roy E. '. Bur'rlss, who has
:barge of the Seybt ?plantation Just
i cross Rocky, Fiver from the River
side Mills, met with a rather peculiar
accident whtlo fighting a fire In the
woods Sundhy.morning. A gun shell,
which someone had dropped in tho
woods, evidenUy ? while hunting,
caught Are and exploded Jnst as Mr.
Burriss rtepped over it. The load
of shot from the shell took effect
In Mr. Burriss' body, injuring him;
painfully. A physician waa called and
extracted 51 shot from Mr. Burriss'
The foreei fire threatened at one
tSsss tc bs a serious one, as lt was
burning new the larne powder maga
sine of the Sullivan Hardware com- j
pany. Mr. Burriss thinks that the fire
started from lighted cigarette thrown
down by some mill people who Were
loafing In the woods.
Though Mr. Burras' Injuries are
painful, he is in ne danger.
NOTH'i: OF OPENING BOOKS OF
Notice ls hereby given that tim mu
nicipal booka ot ^registration of the
3tty of Anderson, 8. C., wUl be opened
it my office in said city at No. 116 1-2
S'orth Main street, on Tuesday. Feb
ruary 23rd, A. D., 1015, for the regis
tration of the nemes o? those who arc
qualified to vote in the special elec
tion ordered by the city council of
;ald city to be held in said city on
Tuesday, the .16th day of* March, A.
Said books of registration will.re
nnin open for a period of ten days as
required by law. TpjSe persons who
ire otherwise qualified and were duly
?ogistered at the last general munict-.j
ml election as well as those qualified
electors who register during the pert
Mi of ten days said booka will remain
>pea for registration as aforesaid will
jach? be entitled to vote separately on
?ither or ooth of the two questions.
>u brattled by Ute city council to the!
jualifled electors ot the city by s?pa
nte ordinances, dated february 19th,
1915, io be voted on separately at
said election as required by law.
The two questions separately sub'
witted as aforesaid and to be voted
>n separately at said election, are
tubstantlally as follows:
Sholl the city of Anderson issue
jondH tn the sum of not exceeding
3ne Hundred ThomsiEd Dollars
(1100,0001, the proceeds thereof to be
teed solely for the permanent 1m
>rovemont of public" streets, or part.?
it same, in said city, .where one-half
he cost of such improvements ts paid
>y abutting property owner??
Shall an act of the general assem
?ly of tho State of South Carolina en
it led "An Act to Authorise the Cities
>r Anderson snd Greenwood and the
Towns of Beonettsvllie. Tfmmonsvlile
ind Hones Path to levy and.enfonco
tn assessment upon abutting proper
y owners for the purpose of paying,
or permanent improvements on their,
(tresta.and sidewalks," approved by
be governor February :?th. A. D.,
181 fi, be approved?
T. P. DICKSON",
Supervisor of Registration.
Mrs. George Spear ia visillng reln
ivea at Granitevilla,
ew Icc i
M & CO.
SAFE IN P. 8 N. OEPOT
HT PIEDMONT CRACKED
ROBBER BLEW IT OPEN SUN*
DAY NIGHT AND GOT
Force of Explosion Shattered
IWindow Panes and Caused
Ceiling to Fall-No Club
At an unknown hour Sunday night a
party or parties as yet unknown en
tered the freight and passenger de
pot of the Piedmont and Northern
Railroad at Piedmont and blew opec
thc safe, securing between 110 and
Si2 In cash. The robbery was discov
ered by. Agent A. George when ht
went to the office yesterday morning
to begin the day's work.
The force of the explosion shat
tered the window panes of the depot
and caused the overhead ceiling
which ls rd aster, to fr/;. In large
patches. It is thought that gun cot
ton was used in blowing the safe
as pieces of thc substanco were found
about on the floor.
There was a considerable amounl
of money in the depot, but this thc
burglar did not get, as lt was con'
cealed in a vault and the thief ali
not molest thai.
The robbery occurred on' the Green
ville Bide of the river, and the mattel
has been reported to Sheriff Hendrh
Rector, who ls working on the case
MEETING OF MUSIC
WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY
MORNING AT CHAMBER
DATES MARCH 17-H
Ko* K?Q&8 Ye* Whether Cele
batted Violinist Will be Able
An Important meeting of the cen
tral music festival committee of th
chamber of commerce will bo heh
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, a
the chamber of commerce, for tin
purpose of considering pressing mat
tere with reference to the approachlni
event. Yhe meeting ls called by Cap!
William Laughlin, chairman of tin
The festival will be held at the nov
Anderron theatre, a contract havini
been closed, with Manager C. H. Blelcl
for the use of the house. As generali:
known, tho festival will be held Marci
17-18-19, performances to.be g?ve?
morning, afternoon and evening.
The central committee has not bcci
advised by the booking house as b
whether tho celebrated viol I ni?;
Svaargaard will be here. He bas be?
interned in Holland, and it ls no
known whether be will be given bl
liberty In time to appear at the iestl
From the Churcl
Three Member? of First Bap tis
Church Congregation Ar?
While servlce? were In progress a
the First Baptist church Sunday even
lng an unknown thief entered the vea
tlbute of the church building and stob
three ovtercoatn, belonging to Messrs
J. D. Brown, W. B. King, Jr.. ant
Just when the thief entered th?
church, no one knows. The coat
were not missed until after service
were over and these three member;
of the congregation came out lo ge
their coats. The matter was report
ed to the police anl Privates Brisket
and Aiken and Capt, Bell and Chle
Sammons responded to the call. Tin
officers made an Investigation of th?
matter but were unable to unearth i
Thc Coats stolen from Messrs
Brown and King were black, whit*
Mr. Milford's was gray. No H usp lc
lons looking person was seen abou
Ute church and no auch charade
was seen to enter the vestibule. Tin
theft or the cost? is a complete mya
FOLEY KIDNEY S^LtS
SO? BACKACHE ?IOft.YU ASO CUA'JUkf
Take a Peep at
T.. L. Cely Co/s
We have John ?. Stetson & Co.'s "Ensign/' "Tartar,"
"Gen," and ''Denman" hats for young men.
These hats are being worn NOW on
Broadway in little old New York, so we pre
sent them here for your approval.
Give them the ''once over."
THE 20th CENTURY TOMATO
FANT'S BOOK STORE
??p T" Wm,y.jf*i terday is gone. Tomorrow does not cx
rj ^^^ Lj mm ist. TODAY is the day of Opportunity.
I ^ This is the coloumn of opportunities. Read
it. Use it-if you seek a broader opening
for yourself, if you seek,men, if youwant'to buy or sell machinery,
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Want Advertising Rates
Twenty-five words or less, One Tune 25 cents, Three Tunes M esau,*
Six Tunes f 1.00.
AU advertisement ovar twenty-five words prorata for each additional
word. Batea on 1,000 words to be used In a month made on appU
No advertisement taken for J*?ss than ZS cants, cash tn K4ranee.
If your nanto appears tn the tole phone directory yon can telephone
yoar want ad to 821 and a bill will bs malled after Its insertion tor
FOR SALE-1500 of the Cttlsens Na
tional Bank stock at 90c. Apply by
lotter to C. N. B., care The Intelli
gencer. ' V
FOR SALE-Fifty thousand cabbage
plants. Young's Island grown. Fur
man Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464.
If ANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, EL C. Box 75.
WE BUT PEAS nod
ay the cash.
MULES FOR SALE-Wc will have a
good load of mules Jn Friday morn
ing and we want to sell or oxchaugc
for your old mules. Tho Frctwell
WYATT, the ?5.00 Coal man is still
selling the. best coal on earth at
$5 a ton; and you get 2,000 pounds,
too. Phone 182.
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at homo. $5.00 buys
tho cure. Information lt desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C., Box 75.
LOST-Small gold carved bracelet at
First BapUst church Sunday school.
Finder please return to Intelligen
cer office. 2-23-1 tp
A PERSONA! STATEMENT
There are so-called "honey and
tar" preparations that cost the dealer
half as much but sell at the same
pri?e as the original and genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. We
never offer these Imitations and sub
stitutes. We know you vrtll boy
Foley's whenever you nr."*i * cough
syrup if you once use' ' lt People
come long distances for the true
FOLEY'S- ?owr thirty years the lead*
mg remedy tor coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchial and la
BLTK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A McClain,
GIRLS LEARN MILLINEBY-Beat
trade for women. Pays $60 to S100
a month. Prepare now for spring
season. ideal Millinery SojBool.
100 1-2 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Qa. ?
YES-We teach you the barber trade
and give position in our chain or
shops at gv-t:'* wages or ?30. At
lanta Barber College. 10 E. Mitchell
St.. Atlanta Qa.
AUTO REPA IBS-Tops recovered and
repaired. High grade springs made
? or new leaves put in place of old
ones. Paul E. Stephons.
RAVE'YOl" tried our dry cleaning de
psrtment? if not, WHY NOT? Ro;t:
enberg, the Tailor Who i'nowfi
liow. Thono 410.
PRONE TS >our orders io? coal and
wood beth. Piedmont foal and Woe a
Co.. W. O. trimer. Phone Uti?