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An All Day
Hin feing Today.
Prof. W. W. Hale of Anderson will
officiate at un all <luy Hinging to In
held today at Grendel Mill No. I, or
Greenwood. Tu? public is cordially
Invited to attend Uie function, and it
is thought that tin- attendance will he
Manager C. II. Milich of The An
derson theatre lb advertising today a
specisl program of motion pictures
st the theatre this week. Tho pro
fram is gottr/ up with tho view of
furnishing something of particular in
terest to the Clemson College cadets,
who uro expected to arrive here to
morrow far a week's encampment. At
The Anderson yesterday a splendid
picture was shown, its ifetnc being
"Vltagraph 413." The picture w .s
seen by large audiences, who w .
Immensely phased with if.
j Churchman ( tub.
Tho Churchmun duh will meet
Mond .ty evening at K o'clock ut Di
rectory. Homet imo ugo the club ex
tended an invitation to the Kev. C.
li. Jordan, rector of the Church of
Resurrection, tireen wood to be their
guest and to deliver a lecture before
the club. The Kev. Mr. Jordan will
apeak to the Club on Munday his sub
ject being The Ux?id of God in Aincri
iiOt\ History. Ile will UIHO be tho I
preucher al Monday Lenten service.
Special Dinner Today 35c
Cream of Chicken Soup
Roast Turkey Dressing
Hamburger a la Grecian
Green Garden Peas \
Macaroni a la Italian
English Plum Pudding
Coffee Tea Milk
j I am the man to tlx you?- tooth
no you cen est the pie that I put
tn the Piedmont Belt
I make plate? al $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
- Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Geld ?liing* $1.00 and ap
Painless L: ?tr-tiing 40)c.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea! Alveolar Is ot the gums
and all crown end brldgo work
and regulating mal formed teeth
AU work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE
DO IT BETTER.
DO IT QUICKER.
fK> ?T CHEAPER.
Paint on your home is more j
necessary than fire Insurance.
Fires occur but seldom, but the
' Weather is working day and night.
"Guest Selle the Beat."
Y SPARKLETS *
.1 Mention Caught Over tb? * |
treeU of Anderton *
A large automobile tractor, of thc
White make, ha? arrived in the city
fluni Atlanta and will hu used ?in
Auderaon County in the next few
days in making demonstrations in
rom] building. The machine is brought
herc by agents ol' the company, who
wish to demonstrate to Supervisor J.
Mark King and other members of tin;
hoard of county commissioners ir*
advantages in road building- The
.I? monstratlons will be made probably
Pastor Very III.
The Rev. Lewis M. Smith, pastor
of Oakwood church, is in very b. 1
health and has been granted a vaca
tion by Iiis church, ile has gone to
the mountains: of North Carolina, in
the hope that the change of climate
will be beneficial tn bis failing heulth.
The last lyceum number nf the sea
son uill be on at the Anderson t'ol
lego Monday evening, '/he Atrac
t If ?ii ls '.The Orpheans," a musical
club. This musical organization has
had great success for seven seasons,
with very few changes ip the person
nel of Hie -organization. '-Some ,of the
features of their program aro vocal
quartets, hum quartetH, und solos on
their various instruments, ns well as
vocal solos, song^ illustrated with
cartoon picture nt'd ?inpersonal ions.
The performance will open at tf:30
Winners in The
The Intelligencer announces tlfls
morning the results of a contest
among its carriers which has been on
for several weeks, and the friends
of tho winners of thc prizes will be
Interested in their successes. * The
first prize, a handsome 10-year gold
filled case Ingersoll Trenton watch,
purchased from MarchbankS and
Babb, waa won by Ernest Oeer. Spe
cial weekly prises, consisting of three
alarm clocks and three Ingersoll
watches, purchased from W. H. Keese
& Co.; were won hy Mack Ouest,
Jimmie Daniel. Frank Nix, Ross
Smith and Ernest Geer.
?aow Ushers In
?pring Sea HO n.
According to the almanac, today is
the first day of spring. And'the sea
son was ushered in with a snow fall,
which began early yesterday morn
ing and continued for several boura.
It was a queer day in a number of
respects, queer from the standpoint
that the winter had been a mild one
up until the last day of the season,
techlncally speaking, when a genuine
streat of winter weather came. Early
yesterday morning it began raining.
A short while later the .ain turned
into snow. The flakes were just about
the largest and the whitest that have
evey been seen nore. For an hour, or
so there was a heaVy snow fall, and
then for another hour or so there was
a precipitation of snow and rain to
gether, which finally gave way to
Tufts and Lone
t.'ct Big Contract.
Messrs. Tufts and Lowe, members
of thu contracting firm of- Tufts and
Lowe, who built the new station of
the Illuc Ridge Railway company
here, have gone to Spartanburg.
wltere they will carry out a contract
with the Southern Railway for con
structing a large concrete underpass
which has to be built as a result of
changes the Southern is making on
account of rearrangement of it?
tracks and thc building of a new de
pot in spartanburg.
Hied In Hospital.
Mr. Lawrence Orr Speer, of Lown
deevillo, who waa brought to Ander
son County Hospital Thursday night
for an operation, died there Friday
night at 8 o'clock. The body was
sent to Lowndesvllle yesterday morn
ing on the fl o'clock traiu of the C. &
W. C. railway and .the funeral and
Interment took place there yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Speer was G9 years of
agc. Ile ls survived by his wife and
Court Ad'nu med
Hine Die Saturday.
Court of Common Pleus wds conven
ed yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock
by tb;? court crier, who, almost ^ the
same breath, declared the session ad
lourned sine die. This was in
accordance with instructions give by
fudge Frank R. Cary, who finished up
all matters in court Friday afternoon
and left tho city ea riv Saturday mora
ine. The Judge did not have court
adjourned sine die Friday afternoon
for fear that something might prise
overnight that would demand his at
tention In court. ?
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For New School.
Mr. J. J. Baldwin, well known
architect of the ell/, has been award
ed the contract for drawing plans
and specifications and supervising,
the construction of a school building
at Ellaville, Qa. The building will
contain six classrooms and an audi
torium and will cost approximately
Announcement ia made that special
rotes will be put on by the Charleston
A Wettern Carolina Railway com
pany on account of the proposed en?
vimpment here Oils week of Clemson
College cadets. The rates are ia force
from March 21 to 26, good ?ntil mid
night ot March 27. The special rate
te. H cents a mite, effective from
We have been in the Motion Picture Businei
ing, "THIS IS THE GREATEST WEEK'S PR
programs which were "Extra Special," but NE
Cracker jack pictures as the one we offer next v
Monday, March 22
WM. A. BRADY
In the, World'? Corporation Produc
In 4 Ads
This picture ls recommended ns he
In?- excellent, lt has received ninny
favorable press comments.
Especially for Ladies mid children.
Wcd'day, March 24
Geo. Kleine Presents
COHAN AND HA RBIS, FARCE
In. ? l'art s
With the original New York cast
including Marj Ryan and Hnrry
.Mestayer. Thia ls tue -first Kleine
'production in Audereon, they ?re
great. Wc have tbe-wHn'slve TtgMs
FRIDAY AND SATUR!
From Rex Beaches Bc
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?:- NOTHING TOO GOC
~ OUR SU
Buy a Moving Picture Coupon Book. We
one today and see every picture next week. T
"THE GARRICK." _
0 u r Theatre Will Be Headquan
.owndosvllle and all stations
Was In Anderson.
Mr. Charles K. Bryant, of Rleh
nond. architect for the. Anderson
'hentre building, fluent TjP.lday and
greater part of yesterday In the city
losing up deuils of the Anderson
ipartanhurg Pa dor
.Preaches Hen' Today.
Rev. A. N. Bronson, pastor of
lethe! Methodist church, Spartan
urg. 8. C.. will v.each at both morn
tig end evening services a* St. John's
horch Sundsy. The ! pastor of St.
ohn's Methodist church was at one
Ime pastor of the Spartanburg
burch wjilch the Rev. Branson ls
THIS-AHB WYE CENTS!
nON'T MI8a THIS. Cut out this
Up. enclose five cents to Petey A Co
li i cago. Ul., writing your name and
ddress clearly. You will receive in
ct um a trial package containing Kei
r's Honey and Tar Compound, for
Dughs, colds and croup; Foley Kid
ey Pilla, for pain In sides end hack,
tieumatlsm, backache, kidney and
ladder ailments; and Poley Cathartic
ablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
[canning cathartic,, especially corn
er ting tc t ient persona. Evana Phar
Pounds of Meat Stayed Last
Week for One Local
To supply his regular'trade and to
provide for n portion ot the order
which be has for the Clemson college
cadets encampment, Mr. Vf. A. Power
stated yesterday that he had killed
daring the week some 8.F0O pounds ot
meets, representing 12 heed of cows.
n addition to thia, he Imported dur
ing the week some 1500 pounds of
western meats. With his artificial
cooling system/Mr. Power ts able td
kepa hie meats in splendid condition.
The Imported meeta are received here
In Ice cold condition, and kept that
way after they are .placet! in lil? mar
ket. If nocesearj,,.
One ot the show windows of W. A.
Power, which waa dressed yesterday
with a wide variety of meats, by his
expert butcher. Boyce Bouda attract
ed more attention than any show win
dow that has been seen about Ander
son In several moans.
Toa can get tb? neat:? while ita new
In Trie Morning Dally Intelligencer.
8 a. in. Lv. C
12:55 p. m. LT
4:30 p. m. Lv
7:20 p. m. L
12:05 a m. Li
20:55 a. m. Ai
9:00 p. m. A
tiona by leav
car and thron
Por full an
tickets and s
on any ticket
W. E. Taber.
C., or* W. H. ]
cmbtar a <X
ege Cadet MV eek
BS for several years, and we have no hesitancy in say
OGRAM we ever saw. We have seen some one day
VER have we seen any one week crammed as full of
/eek. .-.,.%* ?? ?. ' X i
Tuesday, March 23
Muk?s his nrftt appearance with the
k's san ay Company-this picture IN two
Everybody ls waiting fer Charley
When Broadway Was a
A Shuheri Production In Part*
Featuring Barbara Tennant and O.
A. C. Lard.
If yon enjoy historien! productions,
Ii pro's a great one. .
Thursday. March 25
WM. FOX PRESENTS
ROBERT EDESON AND CLAIRE
In Ravid Belasco's Play
"The Girl I Left
AH produced by Cha*. Krollman.
An excellent production, any per
son can look at the stars In the pic*
tare and quickly realise it is far above
MARCH 26th and 27th
In Nine Reels. Featuring WILLIAM F ARNUM and RATHLYN
WILLIAMS! This is considered the most wonderful ?tory ever
filmed. Everybody has read the book, and we are sore that
everyone will see the picture. This picture will be shown at
thu theatre two ?Sys, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. The price
will be only 5c and 10. We ask yon to consult anyone, any
where and see if thia picture was ever shown for less than 25c.
We reduce the price because
)D FOR OUR PATRONS
sell 12 tickets for $1.00.
hese books are good at
Anybody can use it. Buy
"THE ANDERSON" and
tars For The Clemson College Cadets
nan Sleeping Car Service
I Charleston & Western
?ni Railway toIina_Tay
?arrler W the Sema JO and From the
7"JZZ% JT NORTH, SOUTH,
?LINA SPECIAL I EAST, WEST
Marleston Ar. 8:40 p; m. w ^ fVOO A iW
r Columbia Ax 4:46 p. m. NO. O .UV A. m.
SrartAnburg Ar l:45p?'|S!nl 6 3:35 P.M.
v Asheville Ar 9:20 am. ? *T? m'
r Knoxville LT 6:10 a. m. ? .
t Cincinnati LT 6:86 a m. ATTlVeS.
*?. No. 5 , . . -, 10:50 A. M.
S?^-it'.r-N'TT. No. 21 .... 4:55 P. M.
and ia to spartanburg Information, Schedules,
? there ?th the CM?. ^ promptly
to the through aleeper to
sing Room Blooper. e?lvcl1*
DtolB4 E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A..
d complete information. . .
.ullman reservation call AUJgUSt?, Vj?.
? agent? or write r> f~*1 IDTIC /*? A
T. P. A., - Greenville, 8. * . ?. *~-UKl IO,
licfjoe, A. o. p. A*? cci. Anderson. S. C
Condeuse? Fatsengejr Saaeiaie
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