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Anderson's First Musical Festival and
March, 17, 18 and 19.
At Anderson Theatre
Afternoon and Night
For three days, afternoon and night, there will be ofTered the people of Anderson an array ot
talent, musical, comical, dramatic and entertaining such as has never before been South.
Among the attractions will be included the
FAMOUS HEARONS SISTERS
instrumental, vocalist and entertainers, noted throughout Europe and America;
MARIE STAPLETON MURRAY
Dramatist, v/hose voice is said to have a greater range of flexibility than any other Soprano before the American public;
WILLIAM S. BATTIS
in D:Tkens characterizations, changing costumes eight times^during the attraction, and presenting life pictures of Hie famous Dicken's
REV. MECCA M. VARNEY MISS MEDDIE 0. HAMILTON
a mistress of Charm, Logic and Eloquence; Chautauquaist and Personator; and
DR. KERR BOYCE TUPPER MISS GAY ZENOLA MacLAREN
Student, Orator and Preacher; of New York in the presentation of
"Peg O' My Heart"
See Daily Intelligencer daily for Season Program and also Daily Prbgrain.
Each attraction is well worth $1.00, but prices will prevail as follows:
Afternoon attractions, Adults, 25c; Children, 10c.
Night Attractions, Adults, 35c; Children, 15c.
BUT YO? SHOULD HAVE A SEASON TICKET, on which prices will be: . ...
Adult Season Ticket, good for all 6 attractions, $Y.So
Child'Season Ticket, good for all 6 attractions, 75c
THESE TICKETS ARE TRANSFERABLE AND EXCHANGEABLE.
v Season ticket sale limited to 600 tickets. After these are sold, prices will bc advanced to $2.00.
Remembe' the lesson of last year's Chautauqua, when many persons were.forced to purchase Chau
tauqua Season tickets at an advanced price. Get your ticket NOW, from
Ladies College Association
v .., * <ter#^BWBMiilHHI'?M? 'Also on sale at Box Orrice at Anderson Theatre.
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* ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS *
? ham? of interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the *
* Wireless on tba Street? of Anderson *
Motorlag Was furniture is particularly handsome.
N Popular Sunday. < The metal portion of the furniture ts
8unday being one of the balmiest made of bronse. whilo the wv>od ls of
days Anderson baa experienced this highly polished oak. Mr. Carrington
winter, few people spent the day la- ls having considerable painting done
doora. Those who own automobiles on the interior of bis place, which
had them out. and those who don't with the new furniture adda material
own ?hem had themselves out afoot ly to the already attractive appear
for a walk about town or ramble Into ance of the place.
the country. A, number of automobile -o
partios went to Clemson College, jgjSR darlington is
Greenville, Efeoley, Hon ea Path, Hart- Back from Winthrop,
trail. Oe., Belton and other nearby Miss Janie C. Garll/gton. In charge
points for a part or the whole of the of u,e glri?B tomato and canning club
. day. , ' AM work and home demonstration work
-o-- in Anderson County, boa returned
Htcfcards Expected from the annual meeting of the home
?er? Tbl* Weak. demonstration agents of the State,
Edward H. Richards, who ls coming which is held every year at Winthrop
to Anderson from WlU^vr City, N. D., College. Miss Carlington steted yes
to take charge of the ?grata elevator terday upon hor return that the meet
whicb If to be erected here, ls expect- lng was a most interesting and in
ed to arrive ia And orson the hut ot atructlve one. The agents were put
this week or the first of next. Upon through, a rather thorough course ot
? Mr. Richard's arrival here a meeting training
of the subscribers to tbs capital stock --o
of the elevator will ba called and the vjT Alana Seav'In
company will he formarily organised. ?gB?.T Afternoon.
a ??? ? ? ?? An aV?5 of Are was received Sun
CarriagtaPl Get day afternoon about 2 o'clock, the
Tables sad Chair?. .cene of trouble belog the barn of Mr.
Carrington's, Anderson's uaw Ice Forman Smith, on the western out
cream parlor de luxe, situated in the skirts of the city. The automobile
saw theatre but lairg, received rester- truck mdse a trip out to the barn, but
dar through the ^eopla'a Furniture j aa the structure wsr. beyond the city
company haw tables and chairs. Tbs j limits and the reach of the bose lines
little coulThave been done by the fire
men had their services been needed.
No damage waa done to the structure
by the blase, which was extinguished
soon after it was discovered. Just
how the blase started, ls not known.
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."hr., i'earmun Is
A telegram received yesterday from
Sheriff Joe Ashley, who is at Maye
Bros. hospital, at Rochester, Minn.,
with Clerk of Court James N. Pear
man, staled that Mr. Pearmans bad s
good night Sunday night and was feel
ling better Monday morning. Th?
message stated that Dr. Lee Sanders
the attending physician, announced
that the patient was getting alon?
Car ot Ballast .
J amped the Truck,
A freight car loaded with 65 tons o
rock ballast for the roadbed of th?
Blue Ridge Railway Jumped the traci
of the Blue Ridge road a short dis
tance of the west end of the Mali
street bridge yesterday morning. Tb?
car was gotten tack on the track ii
about 45 minutes,
A. M Pin ks ton, proprietor of Th
Palmetto, stated yesterday that hi
"Penny a throw" motton picture ahoi
proved a hit on the first day it wa
tried out. there being 188 people pres
ent, Including men. women and chll
Mr. C. M. Barrett, who some day
ago turned la his resignation as maj
Istrate for Rack Mills township, ba
reconsidered and decided that after
ail he wiyits the job. His resigna
tion has been accepted by the gover
nor, but he will be recommended for
Old Depot Leased
Per Koller M UL
R. E. Burrlss has leased from the
Blue Ridge Raliway company the old
passenger station which he will con
vert into a roller mill and machinery
for shelling corn and grinding feed.
A considerable quantity ot the ma
chinery has arrived already for the
mill, and work of installing it will
begin right away.
Mr. (Jordon to
Speak to Negroes.
Mr. S. D. Gordon, of New York, who
is conducting a series of meetings in
Anderson this week, has announced
that he will stay over until Thursday
night and address a mass meeting of
the negroes st St Panl'a Baptist
lt. W. Trlbble Is
Back From. North.
Mr. R. W. Tribble has returned from
the northern and east\*n .-markets
where be went to purchuse spring
goods for his up to date haberdashery.
Mr. Tribble stated that while basin? is
conditions were somewhat depressed,
he found business men confident that
better times were sbesd. and that th?
war in Europe will coma to an end
this summer or fall.
Held for Breaking
late Fretweil Office.
Jim Ware and Marlon Brown are
held at the police station on charges
of having broken into the office of the
Fretwell company in the Bleakly
building. Thc little negroes were dis
covered by Private Whitten, as he was
making his rounds early Sunday
morning. Ore of the negroes was
I caught Just as he darted out the rear
door, while the other, who made bis
getaway, was arrested Sunday. It is
probable that steps will be taken look
ing toward sending the boys to a re
Trio nf Editor?
Were la City.
A trio of editors were visitors yes
terday in Anderson, the three being:
William P. Greene, of the Abbeville
Press and Banner; Cslude A. Graves,
of the Helton Journal, and O. K.
Moore, of .the Honea Path Chronicle.
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A. W. Janes Is 4
Visitor lu the ( itv.
Mr. /.. W. Jones, former comptrol
ler general ot the State and now
chairman of the new tax commission,
Is a visitor in the citq. having arriv
ed last night. He is,a guest at the
Expert In City.
M.-. E. A. Hathaway, good roads In
spector of the United States govern
ment, who superintended the begin
ning of work on the piece bf govern
ment work on the extension of Wes!
Market street, stopped over In Ander
son yesterday to take a look at th?
stretch of highway. When seen at hil
hotel ?last night Mr. Hsthswsy de
clined to talk about tho place of ros?!
?work done here. Hs stated that a?
bsd been engaged In road construe
tfon In the State of Maine, hut durlai
the winter. season, when work then
was impossible, bad been In Florida
He is sow on his way back to Mains
I This is
for yourself, if you seek men, if y<
Twenty-five words or less, une T
Biz Timen $1.00.
?ll advertisement over twenty-Si
word. Ratea on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for 1?BB
If your name appears In the tel?
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
WANTED--At once, live or nix room
cottage near court house or on cal
line. Address, giving particulars
and rent price per month, "E" care
WANTED-To hire a hors.; und bug
gy to uce several days for light
driving In th0 country, llor.se will
be well fed and taken can- of. Ad
dress A. li. C., cure Thc Intelli
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with atiyoti'.' desirious of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. Tho
KEELEY INSTITUTE, 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 arc- agent:?
for the Indian motorcycle and
standard brand? bicycles. Gates &
Smith, 130 West Wbitner Street.
WANTED-A tellable representative
in every community to act as agent
for Th0 Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at homo. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75.
and en route will stop oil'in NorhtCar
ol in a to inspect a piece of roadwork
An old fiddler's convention and box
supper will be held at Piercetown
school house Friday night ut ft o'clock.
Admission 10 cents. All fiddlers arc
urged to attnnd and bring their fid
Janies A. Pruitt of Iva spent yes
terday in the city.
THE WALLS OF JERICHO
Powerful Drama of the Far West and
London at The Anderson Today
#ack Frobisher.. .Mr. Edmund Dreesu
Lady Alethea (his wife).
.Miss Claire Whitney
Harry Dallas (a gilded youth).
.Mr. Stuart Holmes
Earl of Stcveuton (an impoverished
knight) _ Mr. Walter Hitchcock
Jim Sherwood ..... Mr. Edward Jose
1 lankey Bannister.Mr. Robert Vaughn
"That's your man. Arrest him for
Ute killing of Hankey Bannister at
In Jack Frobisher's landon draw
ing roora, before bis frightened wire.
Harry Dallas, his dlsspatcd eyes
glinting evilly points out Frobisher
to the western sheriff, who has
tourneyed from the Rockies to upp-e
hend the slayer o? "Hankey" Bannis
ter, years before. Behind Dallas, Jim
Sherwood, ex-mlner. with a cheap.
swaggering air of triumph, watches
the scene. But suddenly the sheriff's
revolver ls whipped out of his pocket.
He aims thc weapon, not at Frobisher,
but at Sherwood and Dallas. In con
sternation they fall back. But thc
sheriff sternly orders them to stand
"I want you and not Frobisher for
Bannister's murder!" be snaps to
Sherwood, "and you."he adds, whip
ping round on the white-faced, cring
ing Dallas, 'Tor conspiracy to ruin a
good man's name."
a WEDDING BELLS o
o ' o
Mr. King and Mis? Marie L. Brewer
were married March ll.at'8 o'clock
p. m.. at No. 2 Q stteet, Brogoo mill
Mr. D. C. Patton and Miss Girlie
Thomasson were marred Sunday
morang, March 14. at 10 o'clock, at
No. 1. R street, Brogon mill village.
"Mr. J. C. Fanner and Miss Nancy
Ri King were married Sunday after
noon. March 14. at 2:30 o'clock, at
the home of the bride, at No. 106 Q
street, Brogon niMl village.
Mr. R. E. 8pearman and Miss Mary
Wllbanks were married Monday, af
ternoon March 15, at 5 o'clock, at tho
home of the bride lo Equinox mill
village, lhere four marriages were
performed by the Rev. 8. B. White.
Ifr. J. M.' Evans leaves today for
'New York on business.
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
?DAY is tlie day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Read
-if you seek a broader opening
au wan ito buy or sell machinery,
ima 26 cents. Three Times 60 cents,
e words prorata for esc h additional
be used in a month m&de on sppll
tbsn 26 cents, cash In tdvance.
phone directory yon csn telephone
bs mowed stier Its Insertion for
FOR SALE-LIME-Wo ' have In
transit cur sacked Agricultural
Lime. Will sell you auy amount
wanted. Ask for prices. Furmun
Smith. ScedBinnn. Phone 464.
FOIt SALE-Seed Corn. Anderson
County will Increase acreage moro
than 50 per cent. Furman Smith?
Seedsmau, Phone 464.
FOIt KENT-Fivo room house on
West Market Street. Lights and
one of the best wells In the State,
Tor $0.00 a month. Good big garden
space. Phone 842. Max Seigal.
KO lt KENT-Store recently occupied
by Thc Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If interested ul u Tine
stand and good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tl
?OU FAX SAVE money by having
your bicycle, motorcycle. Revs,
locks ur go-cartB repaired by Gates
& Smith, Phone 193, 130 West
EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATORS
Standard and unexcelled the world .
over. Lightest running, easiest
washed. "Built to Last." Investi
gate Empire before buying. Roy
N. Watkins, District Representa
tive. Belton, S. C.
POTATO SLIPS-Don't get scared,
there will be enough to go around.
Furman Smith, Seedsman Plume
WU KS thc Inner man call?, for some
thing to c*t--como to thc "Little'/
Gem" Cafe, No. 128 W. Whitncr i
street, where you will ttnd what
you want and at the right price. J.
E. Derrick, Propr._
HOW MUCH wood would a woodchuck
chuck.If a woodchuck woi
wood? Wo don't know,' hut we do>|f
know that we will chuck, y mi moro
Aro wood of any and all sorts for'v'
your money than any other woojWg
chuck. Dry piuc wood, cut or in 4
foot lengths, or slabs, and dry. B.
N. Wyatt, "The $5.00 Coal Man."
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office ir. Ligon & Lodbetter Building.
North Main Street,
Office Phone 210.
Residenco Phone 386.
o ERSKINE COLLEGE o
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Mr. Bunts, who fs doing
among the colleges lu ?the interest
the prohibition movement, was I.
Erskine during the psst week. Many
of the students Joined' the class which '
will study the movement in its dif
ferent aspects. Mr. R. L. Davis was
Prof. Long was called to GrHonla
last Thursday on account of the ill
ness of his mother.
Coach' Pressly has 'been away for
the past J&ew days but ls. expected tc
return Tuesday. Baseball practice
has been kept up with the usual vigor.
Mr. W. P. WhitesIdes.Srecently a
?indent at Erskine, spent the week
end with college friend?.
Mr. A. M. Simpson was called horne
on Friday on account of the illness
of his mother.
Dr. Moffatt, who has been away tu
the Interest of the college, was at
home the week-end.
Rev. J. L. Voss of Furman Univer
sity addressed the Y. M. C. A. cn iSBt
Sunday evening. His address was very,
forceful ?.nd was followed with much'
The Erskine Y. W. C. A- bss el?
the following officers for 191S-16
President, Miss Myrtle Brsdst
vice president. Miss Ella
cry: secretary, Miss Lily
treasurer. Mles Ruth Willi