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. The Ladies of Anderson
are invited to
W. A. Power's Store
212 South Main Street
There will be a free demonstration- of
VOTAN COFFEES and TEAS
See the ever-flowing bottle in the window Thursday.
It will be.a genuine pleasure to have the ladies of Ander
son call and test these delightful beverages.
THE BIG SHIP
"HiGH PRICED FOOD STUFFS"
TORPEDOED BY LOW PRICES
AND RAPIDLY SINKING
"Xtt liam? What Am"
? Hams What Is" "
This is undoubtedly the finest Sugar Cured Ham on the
market at any price; and while we have them at the price at
which these were bought we v/ill give the public the benefit of
our purchase. These are medium size-just the right size to
boil, bake, broil, or fry. (Canv?ssed or uncanvassed).
A regular 20c value, special at.17c
This is the kind of ham that makes the good old red
GREEN STUFF ,
Fresh?Tomatoes, per, pound ....12 l-2c
Lettuce, per head. ... ... 10c
Cauliflower, per pound.'..i,.12c
.Celery, per stalk.10c and 15c
SPECIAL FOR YOUR GOOD WIFE
A shipment of Fresh Chocolates good enough for any queen
at only, per pound. .. .40c
Anderson Cash Grocery
to foot bilis
In most offices book
keepers write out bills
and. . jtcments and then
ste?; to foot and prove.
Hereafter bills will be
written and'1 accurately
footed at one operation
-on one machine.
With the easy-run
n?ie Remington Add- ?
ins and Subtracting
Typewriter the dollars
and cents add mechan
ically-whik they are
being tyoed. Discounts
are deducted auto
Thctci*! once typed
is equivalent to sn ex
pert accountant's O. K.
It must bc correct.
Adding and Subtracting
Typewriter is a com
typewriter for letter
Switch a lever ai; d it
is 9 nipid, absolutely-ac
curate adding machine.
but, most important,
it simultaneously writes
and adds on tue ?ame
20th Century Speed
Whenever you iee
a clerk stopping to foot
bills or statements 'you
can now say, *'There;
3s time being wasted."
Stop this waste.
Oj/sdat TyfirwrHrr Pmume-Pacific Etpuitk*
AcUling and Subtracting
(WAMI. AODIK4? WI CHAN ISM)
Wife today far oar bock}? "TV*
ot s Day? Work." h thom
to ?*v? tte? and Ma***
(IIS West McBee Avenre,
Oreen vil|*u s. e.
Lillian Cook, Brooklyn G
Found Dead ai New
The body of Lillian Cook*, the
eighteen year old stenographer who
bed been missing since February 25th
last, was found on the top of a hill
called West Hock in Westville, a sub
urb of New Haven. It has not been
ascertained in what manner she met
her neath, but suicide ls the general
Previous to her disappearance, Miss
Cook had been stenographer for Vir
ginius Mayo, a wealthy manufacturer
of New Haven, nnd h?d lived alone
in the Y. W. C. A, of Nev/ Haven.
Mayo has now admitted that while
he lived with his wife in New Haven
he owned the house at 546 Fourth
et.eet, a fine rcsldcntal part of Brook
lyn, where Miss Waterbury, once his
stenographer in his New Haven fac
tory, now lives as Mrs. J. Dudley. Tn
that house and neighborhood Mayo
himself was known as J. Dudley.
ThCTS S.T- ??SO ?*? tb* H nu co thmn
children, two of whom. Mayo says,
belong to him nnd Miss Waterbury.
Another woman is the mother of the
THEM A? PIRATES
Crews of German Submarines
Would Be Tried for Murder
BERLIN, via. London. March liv-j
In naval circles it is declared a
searching investigation will .'be insti
tuted into a report that-the British
admiralty lutends to withhold the cus
tomary honorable imprisonment con
ditions from .captured German subma
rine crews. Tt is declared that if
Great Britain places such German un
fer special*, restrictions retaliatory
measures are likely.
Navy officials say the Investigation
will not be made through diplomatic
channels, but decline to specify how
their information will be ginned. They
claim that should Great Britain take
the action she contemplated th I: will
not affect German submarine war
plans nor have any influence on the
spirit of tho crcwB.
The British admiralty annonnced
March 8 that the admiralty was not
r justified In extending honora .o cap
tin oil German submarine crews nwnlg
to their methods of waria '- and that
it was intended to segregate under
soecial restrictions pending their pos
sible conviction at the conclusion of
The new policy the admiralty Aid.
applied to the' 29 officers and men of
th? German submariac U-8. 'captured
off Dover. This submarine, it was
charged,, had been guilty of attack
ing unarmed . merchantmen and of
endeavoring tr? torpedo ships carry
ing non combatant*, neutrals and
Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, re
tired,- recently proposed that tho
crews of submarines be tried for mur
der aa pirates.
IND?NAPOL1S. Ind., March 11.
Cbauffours and men who said they
were foremen of "Repeating crews,"
detailed at the trial here today of
Mayor Donn M. roberts, of Terre
Haute, and 2 7 other -alleged election
election fraud conspirator the man
ner in which fraudulent registrations
were made and how Roberts flew into
a pass lou when an automobile loaded
with repeaters stopped In front of
Democratic headquarters-, which was
a registration place also.
"Get away from here," ehoutv?3 j
Roberts, calling the men a vile'name, I
testified Otto Trappier, rrho said ho;
waa foreman of an automobile load of j
repeaters. The Incident also wea de- j
?cribed by Jess Klippert, driver.of the]
car. Me epld Roberts struck him.
I Trappier, who bas pleaded guilty, lal
addition (o making out 'also registra-.
I tina aor'-iealiont and assisting in reg- '
iirl Who Disappeared,
I Haven; Mysterious
Mayo's confession brings him out as
a striking figure in the mystery, al
though at the time of r.iiss Cook's dis
appearance he was on a trip to Phil
adelphia and Washington. He claims
that Miss Cook has had no knowledge
of his dual life and is perfectly in
nocent of anything that .may be said
The simple chronology of events In
the related UveB of Mrs. Dudley and
Lillian Cook are these:
It was four years ago that Miss
Waters or Waterbury, Mayo's stenog
rapher, went to live in th^ Brooklyn
house as Mrs. Dudley, f aree years
ago Lillian Cook was _-rjployed as
nurse girl for Mrs. Dudley. It was
a. year ago that Lillian went lo work
as a stenographer in the New Haven
factory, going tc live at the Y. W. C.
A. and paying $4.50 a week for room
and board. Lillian dlsanneared Thurs.
I day, February 25. and it was not until
?'Tuesday, March 2, that her father re
ported her disappearance.
i there werexmly 12 legal voters.
A number of witnesses said they did
not touch thc keys of the voting ma
\ chine when they went to vote. They
said the inspector did the voting for
them. Tarco men who have pleaded
guilty testified that'they had received
registration applications from Elmer
E. Talbott, city comptroller and a de
fendant, and that they passed them
out tb men under them, who tried to
register them at the various precincts.
Oscar Surratt, one of th? three, said
some of thc men registered 25 times.
f Exehnnge 20<),?fl:) Prisoners.
./STOCKHOLM, via Londo-). March
12.-Arrangements aro said to have
been comnloted between ^Russia and
Germany for tho eschango of 2C0.OO0
. The exchange, it is reported, ".'ill
be made by way of Stockholm har
bor beginning In April._.
"THE BLACK I
?n a rehash <
"A HEART <
Prices from DOW on
sn4 sJL We wOl not i
for yourself, if you seek men, if ye
Twenty-five words or less, Ons T
SIX Times il.00.
All advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Kales on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for loss
If rour name appears In the tole
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
FOB SALK-A carriage and buggy,
both practically good ns new. Also!
one good mule. Prices right. C.
13. Earle. 3 12 at
FOR SALK-Or trade for milch cow,
one mule ten years old; weighs
900 pounds. Call at Itoper'B atoro,
E. Whittier St 3-11-lt
FOB SALK-Agricultural Lime-pric
es reasonable; will make extended
terms to good farmers In car lots
whero necessary. Write us, or
what's better, call and see us-we
?viii not sell Limo on credit over
telephone. Furman Smith, Seeds-1
man. Phone 464.
FOB SALK-Seeds-That's our spe
cialty-Field and Garden SeedB of
superior quality. Cabbage Plants
fresh today, book 'your require
ments for Potato plans with us.
Furman Smith, Seedsman. Phone
FOB SALE-Seed Corn. Anderson j
County will increase acreage more
than 50 per cent. Furman Smith,
Seedsman, Phone 464.
FOR RENT-Three room house on
Catlctt street, convenlant to car
line. C. M. Buchanon. 3-11-ltp
Enter Piedras Negras.
EAGLE PASS, Tex., March ll.
Approximately 1,000 Villa troops un
der G??Cr?! II,"?.-.,'?*;., l?ciuauu? ai u
o'clock tonight entered Piedras Ne
gras, the Mexican town opposite here.
There was no disorder or attempt to
repel them, the Carranza troops hav
ing left three days ago.
Qu tics Carranza.
WASHINGTON, March ll.-The
British government has asked Gen
eral Carranza for an explanation of
the circumstances surrounding the
seizure of the British steamship
Wyvisbrook, reported to have been
forcibly detained and its master, Cap- j
tain Muir, imprisoned by Carransa i
authorities at Campecho, Mexico.
LONDON, March ll.-The steam,
c^* Beethoven, which a Berliu wireless
dispatch yesterday said had besn !
fupk either by a torpedo or a mine,
is reported by her owners safe at
The Berlin dispatch said the Beet- ]
hoven was bound from Newcastle for
Gibraltar and that two of her' crew
had been drowned when she sank.
--6c ?ad 10c to one
stop for supper.
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
?DAY is the day of Opportunity,
the colourrln of opportunities. Read
; it-if you seek a broader opening
iu want to buy or sell machinery,
inte 26 cent?, Three Times GO cents,
e words prorat? for each additional
be unod lu s month made on appli
than 26 cents, cssh tn Cid rance.
phone directory yon can telephone
be mailed after its insertion for
WANTED-Experienced milliner for
trimming work. Desire om? 25 to
30 years of age. Splendid proposi
tion to right party. Address "S"
caro this office. 3-11-31
WANTED-At once, five or six room
cottage near court house or on car
linc. Address, giving particulars
and rent price per month, "E" care
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone desirious of
becoming permanently cured ot Die
morphine or whiskey habit The
KEELEY IN8TITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 76.
WANTED-Everybody to know where
they can get their bicycle, motor
cycle, locks and keys repaired at
reasonable prices. We are agents
for tito Indian motorcycle and
standard brands bicycles. Gates fi
Smith. 130 West Whttner Street.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act aa agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users'at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, a C., Box 76.
WOULD LIKE to communicate with'
young man or young lady who
wants a place as stenographer and
clerk. Want one old enough to ap
preciate a steady position and ugly
enough rot to be too popular with
the other sex. Address "Steno," |
Box 318. 3-11-etp
FLO WEB SEED-We give away more I
than we sell. Our privilege per
haps j our misfortune. V arman j
Smith, Seedsman. Phone 464.
POTATO SLIPS-Don't get scared,
there will be enough to go around.
Furman Smith, Seedsman Phone |
?WHEN thc inner man calls for some
thing to eat-come to the "Little I
Gem" Cafe, No. 128 W. Whitncr
street, where you will find what
you want and at the right price. J. |
E. Derrick, Propr.
I HOW MUCH wood would a woodchuck
chuck If a woodchuck would chuck
wood? We don't know, but we do
know that we will chuck you more
fire wood of any and all sorts for
your money than any other wood
chuck. Dry pine wood, cut or in 4
foot lengths, or slabs, and dry. B.
N. Wyatt, "The $5.00 Coal Man."
S BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 16c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction gv ranteed. C. A. McClain,
NOTICE FARMERS-I have 3,000
bushels orange cane seed and 1,000
bushels early amber and can save
you from 60 cents to 76 cents on the
bushel . I will be in Anderron on
tho 13th of March in tho court ]
house to take your orders. I will
be st Hones Path on the 20th. S. j
Mi McAdams. a-26-2wks |
To Operate os KsAdoo.
WASHINGTON. March ll.-Secre
tary of the Tr-a au ry McAdoo waa in
a Washington hospital tonight pre-]
paring to undergo tomorrow an oper
ation for appendicitis. Attending1
physicians said - the secretary's gen- i
eral health was good and hui con
dition favorable for successful treat
ment. Mr. McAdoo was at bia of
fice today before going to the hos
pital. ,- . ._
Called on to Surrender.
WASHINGTON,) March ll.-A
cablegram from Ambassador Mor-1
gun th au at Constantinople yesterday
and received at the state department j
late today steed hat he Brllsh ad
miral commanding the allied fleet
in front of Smyrna gave the Turkish
garrison 24 hours to surrender un
der tbveat of bombardment.
N Wilson and Congress.
SPRINGFIELD. Ill, lfcrch ll.
President Wilson and congress were
commended for their., v jVit neutrality
in the European war In a resolution
adopted by the Uiipois senate today.
Toe measure was offered by a> Re
publican and urge? the president an
mn arrn?M tn mrnnlti
policy of neutrality and Ita;
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT ii NORTHERN Riv IL Wal
EBeetlre January 17th, 1916.
r<o. SI.8:26 a. BU
No. 83. 10:00 a. M.
No. 85. 11x40 a. am.
No. 87.1:15 p. WA?
No. 89. 8:40 p. m.
No. 41.6.00 p. m.
No. 48. 9:20 p. m.
No. 80.7.15 a. m.
No. 82.1. 9:00 a. m.
No. 84.lOttO a. BU
No. 86.12J0& p. as.
No. 88 . 2:80 p. m.
No. 40.. 4:45 p. BB.
No. 42.8:10 p. B.
i. v.c. 8. ALLEN?
CHARLESTON-CHICAGO BLEE PIM
Through Pullman Sleeping Car Berrico
Premier Carrier ol tko South
Effective Sunday, November 22nd,
1914. Sleeper handled on
Noa. 27 and 28.
8 a. m. Lv. Charleston Ar. 9:40 p. flt
12:65 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar 4:46 p. m.
4:30 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:45 par
7:30 p. m. Lv Asheville Ar 9:20 a m.
12:05 a. nf Lv Knoxville LT 5:10 a, ru.
10:65 a. m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 6:35 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:65 a. m.
Passengera from Anderson and
Greenville territory will make connec
tions by leaving on tra?na Noa. 15
to Greenville and 12 to Spartasburg
and connecting there with the Chica
In addition to the through aleeper to
Chicago. Drawing Room Steeper.
Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dining
car and through coach.
For full and complete information,
tickets and pullman reservation caU
on any ticket agent, or write
W. E. Taber, T. P. A., Greenville, 8.
C., or W. E. McOfte, A. G. P. A., Col
umbia. 8. C.
PUT SULPHUR OH
AM iTnump ppm
nil uunino oivin
AND END ECZEMA
Saya this old-time Eczema rem
edy 1? applied Uko
Any irritation or breaking out on tba.
face,.arms, legs or body when accom
panied by itching, or when the skin is
dry and feverish, can be readily over
come by applying a little bold-sulphur,
ays a noted dermatologist.
He states thai bold-sulphur instantly
allays tba angry itchirv and irritation
and soothes and heals toa Eczema right
up leaving the skin clear and smooth.
Bold-sulphur has occupied a secure posi
tion for many years tn the treatment
of cutaneous disorders because of R*
parasite-destroying property. Nothing
lias ever been found io take its place
in treating the irritable and inflam
matory skin affections. While not al
ways establishing a permanent cure lt
never fails to subdua the i toning irri
ta Urn and drive tho Eczema, away sad
is often years later I before any .erup
tion again appears on the skia.
Those troubled should obtain st any
drug store an ounce of bold-sulphur,
whieh is applied to the afl*t?ted part? in
tbs same manner aa aa ordinary cold
Dr? C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levin Sanders.
Circe 804-6-6 Bieckley Building,
omeo Phone 4)9. Residence Phone 149 (
DR. J. E. WATSON
General Practice *
Office in Ligen & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 886.
Firat-rget the name down pat-then
buy lt of yoUr dt-JggM, Jnst the very
best thing for constipation, sick head
ache, sour stomach, ie <y liver, slug
gish constipated bowefew*The pleas
antest, surest, nicest fjs?Atlve you ever
used. Tastes good-ifk lemonade.
Acta promptly, -without nain or
? ;ivps you tit?
Evana Pharmacy. '