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It Will Be
The grand character]
Peg O' Tv.
In order to properly jae
douse crowd which has sig
tend this performance coi
Val Committee has put th?
to one to all, any seat in tl
Present eithe r your set
night ticket to the Box Oil
and have your seat reserve
- The New York World i
the greatest drama ever S
Larean its greatest portray
Remember, a great ero
ticket early. On sale at T
We will bu> for CARI I
r?o : Ducks
South Sido Grocery
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Milis, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardup the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Pefore 1 began to use
Cardui, my buck and head would hurt GO bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. Aiter taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new v/oman. I soon
gained' 35 pounds, and nov/, I do al? my housework,
AS weil as run a big water mill
1 wish every suffering woman would give
The Womans Tonic
a friaL ? still use Cardui when I feel a little bad
and lt always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousnes's,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc, arc sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the wurrum s
tonic. You cannot make, a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble, lt has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
fy H et
ccmmodate the tremen
nified its intention to at
light, the Central Festi
e price at only 35 cents,
ie house, with
ison ticket or special to
lice at Anderson Theatre
lays Peg O' My Heart is
ivritten and Miss Mac
wd is coming! get your
heatre Box Office.
CONTIKUED FORM i*.\GE TWO.)
$10,000, thereby creating the impres
sion that we will only be taxed for
the interest on the bonds. ' Where
will the malntena.Vo fund for the
permanent roads come from? (Grant
ing that they abandon all other
roads), if not from additionat taxa
tion? Suppose after the bond money
bad been disbursed, tbs people of
come'townships in Anderson County
not having received any benefit from
th% county bond good road ? fund
should decide that they wanted town
ship bonds for goo? roads would they
be met by the cold fact that their
township waa already covered to thc
extent of about 75 per cent, of its
bonding limit? Mortgaged for what?
Por something- that ams used up in
the "bond knifing" of some other
locality? Our'constitutional bonding
limit is about $1,080,000 in Anderson
County for this purpose, pr 8 per cent
on our egressed taxable ('values.^That
would spell "out In thc cold" to the
township that received ho benefit
rrom tho original Issue.
Of coarse I hope that If this meas
ure ia vott\ on us. that all parts of
Che county will get their share, but
I think it far better and only fair to
thresh out all these things rather
than in years to come.
Township bends, if bonds wc must
nave, seem to be far more acceptable,
and thc best, interest to all tho people.
Kc9p Anderson County in the column
of no bonds and apply what lt would
cost to carry bonds In addition to
?hat we already get, and we will, In
the language of one man who was' In
thc race for county commission last
rear, in explotiag his qualifications
tor tho place, stated: "thal when he
v. na a-member of the board Anderson
Jaunty, hied roads that were the talk
?f tbf. State." She can rank there
again and will do so If the people
trill cooperate and apend the amount
requite'.' for Interest and let the
benda be where ali of us hop/- never
po. "Bloated bond holders'* have
t been able to clip a living oft Ah -
nvon Count/ coupons and let us
r# them weaned until w> hr,ve ex
rimented a HUio.
ar? told that Greenville Coua- [
ty will out strip us. Well she has out
stripped us in the past in the way oe
getting in debt. Turn your eyes from
her for a while, stay oi& of this bond
business and get ready to buy ??er
out when she "busts." She can spend
many thousand dollars before she
Mill catch up with "galloping" An
derso - In roads and there "hot air"
artists know it.
In conclusion I atp reminded of a
certain locality where "Head Knock
ers" decided that they would bury
their "good co'n" in experimental
piece of government directed model
road building--and they went forth
under thc direction of tl's modern
builder "and bUildcd for worse than '
they knew." Today behold *he wreck.
It remains a "half mlle" warning-to
those who pass that wry against ex
perimenting at two great a cost .-orne
ride, that way. and I prefer to walk
and go around.
J. MACK KINO.
crASHING AGAINST FOOT
AND MOUTH DISEASE
(tty A?Mo?aUA PrraO
JACKSONVILLE. Fla., March t7.
-To guard against th* introduction
of foot and mouth disease into Flori
da. Voe State board of health today
declared quarantine agalnrt all
States believed to bp infected. Those
States Includei Connecticut, Deis
ware, District of Columbia. Illinois.
Indiana, lova, Kansas, Kentucky,
Maryland, Massachusetts? Michigan,
Montana. New Hampshire New Jor
sey. New Yorlc. Ohio. Pennsylvania.
KL ode Island. ?Virginia. Washington
The Court of La** BesorL
Around tho store of tho cross roads 1
grocery la the real court of '?st re* i
sort, for lt finally over ?ule? all others, i
Chamberlain's Cough Hemed/ has ?
been before this court in almost every i
cross roads grocery n? tins country, <
and has always received a favorable ,
verdict. It is in tits country where 1
map expects to receive full valu* fdr |
his money that this remedy is mo< (
appreciated. Oiutaiuabie ?very wi arc. j
Convicted of Sflli.itr Whiskey?
SENECA. March 16.-John S
Dodd was eonvlcteu In mayor'3 cour
her,. Monday morling for selling I
pint of whiskey to one of the shov
men on ?.;.-,t Saturday night. Thc
arrest VHS made by extra Policemar
Ed. Hopkins. He was defended bj
M. C. Long of Walhalla. Mayoi
Harper 'udministen>d a fine of 921
or .ju days, but afterwards reducec
the fine to $15. which wea mimed
lately paid by Dodd, lt is said bj
observers that he had plenty ol
Wi B. Fison, a prominent mer
chant of Central, was in Seneca ot
Mr. C. H. Ellison was a business
yisitor to Greenville .Mond*.--.
Mr. Hoy Abbett went to Easlcj
Monday on business.
Mr. C. p. Adams Is in Charleston
thia week attending thc Woodknen
Kev. I. E. Wallace went to Green
ville Monday on business.
Mr. J. S. F.obiiiBon, Sunday school
Field Worker for Piedmont Presby
tery, has retur,-d from a visit te
Mr. and Mrs. H. ly. Phillipa
rpent Sunday with relatives at
Joe McCary und W. S. Parker
were business visitors to Greenville
Mrs. John Catlett has returned to
her home in Anderson, after spend
ing several dayj with her parents
hr.ro, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hopkins.
Messrs. J. E. Harper and L. C.
Patterson, two of Seneca's most
progressive merchants "have gone lo
I /altimore and other Eastern vaav-i
kets. thij Week to buy spring goods.
The pupils of thc Baptist church
nt mis place was filled Sunday night
by Rev. W. Ii. Fallow, of West
Miss Hesste Cannon, who has been
vlsitiug her sister, Mrs. Ed. Hop
kins, returned to her hom0 ut Old
Atr. S. K. D*ndy left Monday
Morning for points Jn Geo:gin. lie
has accepted a position with a prom
inent rubber goods house to travel
the States of Georgia and Alabama
Mi..;. Ines Grant, who teaches; in
the .Madison school spent the week
end with her parents hens.
Mrs. John McLees, of ?ndert.) ii,
is visiting her parents. Mr. und Mr3.
Jones in East Seneca.
Mr. E. B. Lammond, Expert
CondsKtor of Sales
The ad man of The Intelligencer
doesn't know whether the general
public takes as much Interest in the
matter ot good copy, and the proper
preparation of a "lay out" for ads as
he does ; .but he does know that it isn't
often that a sale is put on, advertised
step by step in such a logical manner
us the Osborne & Pearson sale, now
going on, has been conducted.
As the "Postum" and "Grape Nuts"
people say, "There's a Reason." Tho
reason in thin CAAO I? thn gneUeman
in charge of the sale-Mr. E. B. Lem
mond, an expert in conducting bona
Ade, and legitimate 6ales. Mr. Lam
mond came herb at the request of the
Arm of Osborne & Pearson, made his
arrangements first, then propared his
first "Opening- Gun" copy, ran it In
the newspapers, used ten thousand
large circulars, and followed this dp
with dally adB, brim full of reason
for the closing, out of the sale, lots of
"ginger" and "pep" in the form "~pf
special bargains to keep the people
interested, thus keeping the interest
maintained from the start of the sale,
until now when the sale ls nearing
the end, the interest is as great al
most as it was thc first day of the
As stated above, this didn't "Just
happen;" it was first planned and
then the plan was worked out step by
step. The copy was carefully writ
ten, the ads were layed out, diagram
furnished the printers so that they
had a working plan, just as the archi*
tect furnishes the contractor to build
As there ore some people who think
that eales are all ''skin games." The
intelligencer ia glad of the opportun
ity to call attention to this sale, as
conductod hy Mw Lemmond-an ex
pert aale conductor, who not only
states that good, honest values are
the h??t,, bit practices wb.xt; he
preaches in conducting a sale.
Every one who has followed close
ly the real bargains rdvertiBed by
this well known firm during thia sale
is bound to admit that they have
given the people some remarkable
va tues for their money.
The ad man is always glad to get
advertising copy, but truth compels
him to say that some of it cornea to
the office in such a shape that it is
truly remarkable tltat more mistakes
are m.: made before lt finally reaches
thc public in printed form; but when
cop? is furnished like that brought in
by Mr. Lemmond, lt is a genuine
pleasure to handle it.
The fact that the sale of Osborne
A Pearsan havfl kept the interest of
the bnying public aroused and - main
tained all along le proof that they
have been giving good values and that
their advertising copy has been we'i
GET RIO OP TIMBERING COLDS,
COUGHS A1?D LA GRIPPE.
.Spring finds many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs that weak
sn Uic system. Brash and wet caun-?
more colds than xeru weather. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonia are pren*,
lent. Every family should have a aafa
ind reliable cough medicine ready for
j*. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
?tontaina no harmful Ingredients, lt
sase? a cough, checks a cold and re
neves lt f'amed and congested mem
branes, it cloirs the air passages and
?oothes inflammation. Evana Phar
Will buy cl
all shapes ;
Have you seen our Tartan <
Glenurquhart Plaids, and other
Prices $20, $:
Under the Ci
TOWN VILLE yews o
The entertainment at the school'
house last Friday evening was quito
a success and WOB largely attended.
Pror. Witt ls a very enthusiastic
teacher. We are very fortunate In se
curing him as a teacher. I
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Jones spent the |
week-ond at Anderson. They wero i
accompanied by Fror. F. C. Hawkins,
who is principal of the Double
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spenrs are
rejoicing over the arrival of a little
lady nt their home.
""diss Marlon Campbell ie visiting
her sister*. Mrs. Hoggs, near West
Prof. Mahaffey and S. L. Shirley
Bpent the week-end with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Gaines were
shopping in Anderson Thursday.
Miss Alice Smith is teaching tho
Crackers Neck school.
Mesdames J. W. Dickson and R. H.
Price spent a few hours at Clemson
Miss Inez King was Ute attractive
little guest of her friend, Annie Mae
Ledbetter. last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kellett and two sons
of Fountain Inn spent Sunday with
their daughter Miss Kellett, at Moun
tain View hotel.
.Mrs. Elias Earle has been on the
Hr. and Mrs. Amos Morgan of
South Union spent Wednesday with
the ?amlMes o? J.. H. and It K. Price,
Mesdames Lon Boleman and Thad
dalnes spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Hunt at their lovely
country home, the "Oaks."
Mr."and Mrs. W. N. Woolbright and
son. Guy. spent a few hours in An
derson Friday, having made the trip
n ?ie'.r handsome car.
" Prof. W. C. Witt, Misses Faunie
BroylCB, Carrie Stewart and Nell Kel
lett spent Saturday in Anderson.
The Priscilla club met with Mrs.
Newt Boleman last Thursday after
noon with thc president, Miss Mattie
McCarley. in the "hair. The* 'next
meeting will be hold with Mrs. Thad
Monroe Fant of Pendleton visited
his brother, Sam Fant, last week.
Misses 1/O\B and Nannie O'Neal
spent the tfeck-ebd with Mrs. Sue
Miss Myrtle Ables was the guest of
Miss Alice Herring last week.
New Theatre Building
BASE BALL C
THE KIND THAT
MAKE FAMOUS P
Anderson, S.O. Belton,
toice of a lot of soft Felt Hat* of
and all colors and sizes. Values
SO and $3.00. 41 QQ
:hecfes, Novelty Wonted?, Gray
stylisa patterns for suitings.
22.50 and $25
Well worth $1.00, but wo
Bull them for por lb- ._40c
Wo have a cheaper candy
that's mighty good for . .ii*>r
FreBh from the oven, and
ns flue as you ever ate, per
"Red Band" Dainties
Thia 1B a new candy mix
ture-extra fine at per lb 25c
After Dinner Mints
White and pink, well
worth 36c, but our price 1B
only, per lt..*._l.*>e
"Red Band" Mixed
Cocoanut Bon Bons, Jelly
Strawberries, Starlight Kiss
es, Lemon Drops, Cream
Dates, Dipped Cream Kisses,
Butter Cups. Duchess Cum
Drops, Pecan Bon Bons,",'reg
ular 15c value our price
only. . ..10c
Wo keep tho "B?Bt Things *to Bat."
lone us your orders.
eridge & Suggs
S. C. Greenville, S. C.