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800 Peopie Saw
Peg O' My Heart
! . The same Lady* Miss MacLaren will
present tonight at
Bought and Paid For
It will be as big a winner as Peg O" My Heart
Admission 35c to all.
. *_ i . "~ .- i*?*^??*--^
New Theatre Buildinj
i STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CITY OF ANDERSON, i
An ..Ordinance to provide for the
Issue and sale .of bonds for the per- |
I nu; ii tnt improvement of public streets
j or parts of same lu the city v' Ac
Whereas, at a speclar election held
j in thc City of Anderson. South Car
olina, on the 16th day of March, A.
. D., 1915." pursuant to an ordinance of
the city council of said city, adopted
on the 19th day ot February, A. D.,
1915, the following question Tas
. separately submitted to and voted ou
: by the qualified voters of the said
Shall, the city of Anderson issue
bonds in the sum of not exceeding
: . One Hundred Thousand . Dollars
($100,000). the procpeds thereof to bc'
J used solely for the permanent im
provements of public streets, or parts
of same, in said city where one-half
the cost of such improvements ls paid
by abutting, properly owners?- .
And whereas, the result of said
election, as declared by a resolution
heretofore adopted by said city coun
cil oh this the 16th day of March.
1915. was that more than'a majority
ot, thc persons voting in said, election
. on said question voted in favor Afjfc,
! suing said bonds' for the purpose
j aforesaid; and
Whereas, the constitution and laws <
j ot this State have been in all respects
' compiled with in regard to auch bond
Now, tl^refore, Be lt Ordained by
Half Your Liv?hg
Without Money Cost
A right or wrong start in 1915 will
make or break most farmers In the
Cotton Siat?s. We ara all facing a
crisis on cotton. Cotton credit ls up
set. The supply merchant cannot ad
vance supplies on 1915 cotton. You
mur t ? J your best to produce on your
own acres the food and grain soppnei
tbaphave made up most ot your store
debt In the psst
A good piece hf garden ground,
i rightly planted, rightly tended and
kept plat ted the year round, can be
. made tn pay half your living. It will
j save yon more money thad you mode
on the best five acres of cotton yon
ever grow! ' But lt must be a real
garden, and not the mere one-plant
ing patch tn the spring and fan.
Hastings' 191K Seed Book tells al!
' abo at the right kind ot a money-sav
ing earden and tU* egetsbles to put
in it. It tells abo the field crops
ns wall ead shows yon the clear road
te real farm prosperity, comfort so ?
independence, IT'S FREE. Send for
U t ;3ay to H. C. HASTINGS A. CO.,
bridge & Suggs
5. W. Whitner Sf
the mayor and aldermen of the city
of Anderson, in council assembled
and by authority of the same:
Tbat for the sole purpose of per- 1
manently Improving public streets or 1
parts of same In the ?itj^pf ^Ander- \
son, South Carolina. where'*one-h?lf |
the host of such Improvements is |
paid hy abutting property owners,
there are hereby directed to be issued
i and sold, the following coupon bonds
of said city of Anderson: Bonds pf
?tho par value of Eighty Three Thous
and Dollars ( $83.000 )r to be known
and designated as "Permanent Street
Improvement' Bonds!" That jail of
the bonds shall be of such denoml- t
nation and shall mature In , such c
length of time and shall bear interest 1
I evidenced by coupons at such rate not (
exceeding five (5) per centum ppr j
annum, as hereafter may be deter
mined by said council on receiving
?and awarding bids therefor. Said '.a
j terest shall be payable semi-annual- j
Section 8 ,
i That said bonds shall be executed I
in open council by being signed by
the mayor or mayor pro tempore and j t
countersigned by the city clerk and ]
treasurer under the-seal of said City;
and that-the coupons evidencing the I
Interest upon said bonds may be exe- 1
cuted with ?.0 fae simile signatures!
of said officers.
Section 3 .
That said ponds and the coupons!
evidencing the. interest thereon may f
he receivable for all taxes due to the f
city of Anderson during the years in t
which they shall respectively ma- t
lure. . " e
Section 4 .
That the city council of Anderson a
Shall assess, levy-and collect a BUAV t
clent annual tax on all taxable prop
erty within said city to meet the an
nual Interest on a ll bonds so Issued !
and to ?reate a afnkng fund for the j
ultimate redemption of all of said j
bonds at the maturity thereof.
Said bonds shall be sold on March
31st, next, or on aome convenient day
thereafter. If "council sball deem It
advantageous to ?he city, at tho city j
hall in said city, and on such condi
tions and terms not inconsistent here- y
s/ith *r the laws of the land, a? coun- f
Ml may deem advantageous io thc J
If the person or persons to whom
said hoads.may fe? sold and awarded *!
fall or refuse tr promptly accept and *
pay for said b* ods, then, council may ^
offer said bonds for sale again a: 17
such time and on such terms not In- (]
con?ls'r,??i with the term? herein in
mentioned, as lt may deem desirable n
- Section 7 1,
i i*rr mayor and two aldermen, to ?
bo appointed by him, ?ball be a com- r
nittee to have said hoads and con
dons properly engraved or printed
for execution, and to advert?s: no
tice of the sale of caid bonds.
The proceeds arising from the sale
af said bonds shall be kept as a sepa
rate fund and used exclusively for
thc permanent improvement of public
streets, or parts of same, in said city,
?here one-half the cost of such Im
provements is paid by abutting* prop
That Faid bonds and coupons shall
je in the usual legal form, that la to
my. in substantially the following
'omis, respectively, or in^guch legal
'cram, respectively, as may hereafter
>e approved by the city council:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
THE CITY OP ANDERSON.
Permanent Street Improvement Bond.
Know all meu by these presents:
That the city of Anderson, in the
State of South Carolina, acknowledg
es itself to owe and for value receiv
ed hereby promises to pay to the
nearer - One Thousand Dollars ($L
)00) lawful money of, the United
States of America, on the - doy
it-- A. D., -, with Interest
hereon from the date hereof, at the
.ate of- (-1 per centum per
m num. payable semi-annually on
.he presentation and surrender of
he annexed interest coupons as they
ie ve rally become, due.
Both principal and interest c? this
>ond are hereby made payable at the
-. Thia bond and the an
l?xVd interest coupons are receivable
or taxes of this city of Anderson dur
ng the year in which they respec
Thia bond is one of a series of like
enor, aggregating Eighty Three
rhousand Dollars ($83,000), Issued
or rlie purpose of providing funds
or permanent street improvement in
he city of Anderson,- under the au
horlty ?>f live constitution and laws
it the State of South Carolina, and of
in ordin?r ce of said city duly passed
md la further authorised by an elec
ion duly called and properly held.
And lt is hereby certified and re
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[ STOP CATARRH? OPEN ~]
NOSTRILS ANO HEAD j
; Says Cream Applied itt Nostrils I
? Believes Head-Colds at Once. j
If your nostrils .are clogged and
our head Is stuffed and you breathe
reely because of a cold or ca ta rr1.,
ust get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
lalm at any drug store. Apply a Hi
le of this fragrant, antlspetlc cream
Ito yeer nostrils and let Jt penetrate
brough every air passage of your
ear, soothing and healing the Inflam
d. ?wollen macona membrano and
ou gat testant relief. ?
Ah! how good It feels. Your nos
rlls are open, your head ls clear, no
tore hawking, snuffling, blowing; no
tore headache, dryness or struggling
wr breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just
.bat sufferers from head colds and
atarrh'need. It's a delight.
cited that all acts, conditions and
thrings required io te don? precedent
to and in thc issuing of this bond*,
hare been done, happened and per
formed in regular and due form as
required by law. That the total In
debtedness of the city of Anderson.
Including this bend and all bonds out
standing and now in process of being
issued, does not exceed the statutory
or constitutional limitations.
In witness whereof, the city council
of tho city of Anderson. South Car
olina, have cau&ed this bond to bo
signed by the mayor and countersign
ed by the city clerk and treasurer
under the seal of the city, and hare
caused the annexed interest coupon?
to be. executed with the facsimile sig
natures of said officers this ?
day of-. A. D.,r-.
City Clerk and Treasurer.
On the first day of -, the
aity of Anderson. South Carolina,
promises to pay to bearer --
Dollars (----I at the- tor
rnterest due that day on its Ferma
ient Street Improvement Bond No.
City CWk and Treas?rcr.
That this Ordinance shall be In.
'orce from and immediately upon its
Done and ratified in council as;em
lied on this, the 18th day of March.
K. D.. 1915.
J. H. GODFREY.
E. M. SCOTT,
City Clerk and Treasurer,
approved as to form:
a CULLEN SULLIVAN,
Good-bye sore feet, bnrning,fect,*wol
en feet, r wea ty feet, smelling feet, tired
Good-bye corak, callouses, bunion? and
raw spot?. No
mot* shoe tight
ness, no more
limping wit li
pain or drawing
up your face in
agony. TL?" is
right off. "TIZ"
draws eu*, ?Tithe
po Uo noa M o s Mia
li on? which puff
up tte feet. UM
"T?Z" and for
rot y ow r foot misery. Ah! how copi
ortahle your feet feel. Get a 2ft emt
K>x ot "TIZ" now at ?ny druggist or
lepartment storer Don't auder. Have
piod feet, gbul feet, faet Oatt ?ever
iwell. ?ever hurt, ,n"er, get tired. A
rear's feet cern fort guaranteed or
FREE SCARED CONCERT
AT ll THIS MORNING
HEAKONS SISTERS WILL REN
DER A NUMBER OF SELEC
TIONS AT THE THEATRE
Will Be Given Thu Afternoon
nnd Tonight "Bought and Paid
For" Will Be Presented
This morning ut ll H. m. th?* An
derson iheat'v will be thrown opcu
to the public without price of admis
sion to auy. when there will be pre
sented to the public a grand sacred
concert by the Heurons sisters, und
a noteworthy address by Mrs. Fran
clsy Vesey entitled "Christian Educa
tion and Progress.'
Everybody In the city Is invited and
there will be seato provided for ult.
Especially are all persons Interested
In the progress of Christianity invit
ed, as there will be u sp?cial mes
sage for them. Dr. Jno. F. Vines will
Introduce Mrs. Vesey.
This afternoon, the Hearons sis
t< vs will present a full grand opera
concert, lasting one hour and thirty
five minutes. The admission will re
main as heretofore.
Tonight Miss Zenola Gay Macizar
en, who scored such a wonderful suc
cess last night in thc presentation of
"Peg O' My Heart. ' will present the
world-wlde-Iaughablo comedy suc
cess, "Bought and Paid For." Her
supreme confidence and masterly suc
cess last night ought to guarantee a
record audience tonight. Seldom do
thc people of any city anywhere have
an opportunity to hear such an ar
tist at any such price as will bc
I Personal !
. t I I I I I iiA tl Ji I I 1 li II^IIIAAJi I Jil
John T. Howard cf the country was
among the visitor* in Hie city yester
W. L. Dobbins ot' Town ville was in
the city yesterday on business.
E. X. Sullivan of Portman was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Sylt toter Cox of Caluuun Fall? was
In the city yesterday en route home
from a visit to relatives in Abbe
ville. Greenwood and GreenvilK'.
Lawrence Brownlee has returned to
Due We.it after a short visit in the
Kev. J. L. Singleton has returned
to st:?rr aiter ?pending a short while
John T. Bolt of thc country wus lu
the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. P. Spence has gone to
Hawkins ville. Go., to visit relatives.
J.C. Neiley of tbe High Shoals was
a visitor in the city for a short while
Fant Merritt of Townville war
among those spending yesterday ic
A. G. Moorehead of Pendleton was
in the city yesterday on business.
A. McPhall of Hopewell was amone
the visitors In the city yesterday.
J. M. Moseley of Hopewell was s
visitor in the city yesterday. .
Paul Norris of l. Roberts section
was in the city yesterday.
Fuller Horton of Belton was a vis
itor yesterday in the city.
J. T. and A. M. Erwin pf An tre
ville were in the city yesterday for a
Earle Watson of the country was
L visitor in the city yesterday.
Pat Major of the Hammond school
lection spent yesterday in the city.
Former State Senator Geo. W.
Sullivan-or WHIIamston spent yes
erday in the city.
M. M a ha frey has returned'to
Cheddar after a business trip to thc
J. H. Opt of Williamston was ?
lsltor in the city yesterday.
Raymond E. Cochran has returned
rom a visit to Charleston.
Fred Bolt of' the Prospect section
pent yesterday in Ute city.
J. O. McCowO of the Mountain
?reek section spent yesterday in the
F. W. Lyons of Iva was a bnsiness
Isl tor In the city yesterday.
L. McCow- of thc MounUiu
'reek section spent yesterday In thc
Prof. r.nd Mrs. Henry Barre or
'tenison College were visitors In the
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
fixtures, equip- ment.
Want Advert i
Twenty-five- word? or leo?, On? T f;
SIX Time? $100.
AU advertisement over twenty-five
word. Rates on 1,000 wofda to 1
No advertisement taken for l*>ss t
If your name appears In the teles
your want ad to 821 and a bill willi
WANTED TO SELL-Sandy Springs.
Rural Water Work?. supplies
farms with water for stock and
home. No rains and no pumps.
Erected hy manufacturers. Poi*
prices und information, apply to
Rochester & Smith, Sandy Springs,
WANTER-Few select boarders at
210 WeBt Whittier Stree:, next door
to Opera House. 3-18-3tp
WANTED-Regular customers for
pure sweet milk. Two dcllvorle<*
daily. Phone 4805. Bonham O'Neal.
WANTED--At once, five or six room
cottage near court house or on car
lino. Address, giving particulars
and rent prlco per month, "E" care
WANTED-To hire a horse and bug
gy to usc several days for light
driving in the country, llorso will
he well fed and taken care of. Ad
dress A. D. C., care Thc Intelli
WANTED--TO correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, 8. C. Box 75.
WANTED-A reliable' representative
in every community to act as agent
for Th0 Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
I WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure, information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75.
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Jqb Printing
Department, if Interested in a fine
stand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish In this public way to ex
press our thanks and appreciation of
thc many acts of kindness and help
financially and otherwise to the citl
xeua of Iva, Jackson Mills village aud
the surroundlrg community in our re
cent severe iliness. May God's rich
est blessing rest upon each and every
J. T. Powell and wife.
Describes Los? of Submarine.
LONDON, Murch 19 (2:10 a. m.).
The loss ot s French sufViarine boat,
in an attempt to run tbrough tho Dar
danelles, ii described by Rear Ad
miral Oucpratte. of the French Dar
dan/iic.-. iled. in an Interview with
thc Dally Telegraph's Tenedos corres
pondent. The attempt apparently was
made some time ago. although no an
nouncement has been made of it here
Positive Proof That
the People Appreciate
Good Coal at War
Before we began selling coal In
Anderson, the price was $6.00 a
ton. We made the price $5.00, and
we have sold between THIRTEEN
HUNDRED and FOURTEEN HUN
DRED TON8 Blue* November.
We advertised our ccatl at the
$5.00 price, and then gave the peo
ple the best coal for the least
money; and they have shown their
appreciation by their liberal pat
ronage, so we take this means of
thanking our many friends and pa
trons fdr their patronage.
We are still doing business at
the same old stand, and at the
same old price. With the same good
old Blue Cern Block Coal, and we
will appreciate a continuance of
roar valued orders.
N. B. WYATT
?.The Five Dollar Coal Man"
i gone. Tomorrow does not ex
>DAY is the day of Opportunity.
ie coloumn of opportunities. Head
it-if you seek a broader opening
LI want to buy or sell machinery,
me 25 cents, Three. Times 50 centa,
i words prorata for each additional
je used In a month made on appU
han 26 cants, cash In cd ranos.
thone directory you can telephone
te mailed after ita Insertion for
FOR SALE-Stleff Piano used only
a ?hort time, good as new. Cheap
for casi). Write Plano, caro In
telligencer . -:i-17-tf.
FQB 'SALE-Seed Corn. Anderson
County will Increase acreage moro
than 50 per cent. Furman Smith,
Seedsman, Phono 464.
KOR HALE-Cane aced. Mixed car of
new recleaned seed received fBWsy.
bot li amber and orange, al HO car <.?'
Feterita. Furman Smith, Seedsman.
PEAS-Why not engago your pea?
noa*? I have 500 bushels of clay
peas for sale. It. E. Hu r ri sr-.
THE 1>RY STOVE WOO? we sell ls
certainly giving the best of satis- '
faction. How do we know? By Ute
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood* cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
VOE CAN SAVE money by having
your bicycle, motorcycle, kevs,
locks or go-carts . repaired thy Oates
& Smith, Phone 103, 130 West
RAY OL? 'CHICKS-121-2. 15c. Rods.
Plymouth Rocks and ordinary
chicks. 10O off every Monday. Safe
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or
write Hourn t. 119 1-2 N. Main St.
WHEN the inner, mnxi edits for some
thing to eat-come to the "Littlo
Qom" Cafe, No. 123 W. Whitner
street, where you wtlWftnd what
you want and at the right price. J.
E. Derrick, Propr.
HOW 311 ( ll wood would a woodchuck
chuck If a woodchuck would chuck
wood? We don't know, but we do
know that we will chuck you moro
fire wood of any and all sorta for
your money Utan 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."
tiL'CK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Half
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
DR. J. E. WATSON
)fQce ir. Ligon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence. Phone 386.
To any young man? or woman: Wc
kave a proposition that will interest
ou if you desire to acquire a
borough knowledge ot Bookkeeping,
"enmauship. Stenography and Typ?
vrittug. or either of these brunches,
t the lowest possible cost.
It interested fill out Ute blank b?
3W and mall to us, when we shall be
leased to give you full particulars
f our offer, by return mall. ?
You rh <rhly.
'ERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
?rand Opera House, Greenville, S. C.
I am interested In your money sav
ig offer above referred to, and wlhh
? obtain full particulars concerning