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Cream ol Tornato Soup Croton
BakcJ Mackerel a la Creole
Roast Beef With Brown Gravy \
Pol ?toes nu Gralin
Boiler! Cabbage Stewed Tomatoes
Sour Milk Biscuits
Apple Sauce Sponge Cake
Coffee Ten Milk
I.' ?.. : re's tho pince to get your
iel. V. enrry Hie ittll Cypher's lille
- i.a;.!Maali, Bcrajcu Peed", Short j
Cut ."1?.ilfa. Developing rood, for lit-j
Vie "J'.iiMy" ?hicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorto,* etc., otc.
Photic! 22 East Wliitner Street.
Wo've sut a strong nace in <
The Tiger Specials for $1.00 ii
nor circle where the smartest si
ThrTi?er Specials a^e.Silk iV
attractive patterns. For men t
A new vintage of unusual d<
.lng combinations. Ask to see
Ask "Hugh, the Jew."
To XJO Ody
Order by I
A Very Laughable Mut
of Goos Cleat
"TH? FATAL BLACI
"A LUCKY LEA!
THE COMEDY H>
Bolus and Bolus, ?he i
Sho; dancers and Andi
the harmony singers mn
Church of Cily Huid Its Annual
Meeting . Last Sunday
Thc annual meeting of the congre
Kation 'i <h< h'lrj?i Ihipliit church
w;is hehl : i Sunda} moring. The]
m inhership of iii" rhurch uh Marth
1 lus) wa? I .'.ititi. Sm . Hie Kev, John:
K. Vines became pastor ol the churcil
950 uccegsiohs have huon mude
The following fads lak?ii from Hie
report arc of Interest :
Number fa home d epa rimen I .. 120
Number of officers and teach
ci A . 45 I
Nu m her of pupils . 055
\vorage ottenduncii . ?litt i
Nut.ile r on (Cradle it'iil . ot
(Jrund total enrollment .l.isi ;
( h ti rr h.
Increase in membership during
Decrease in membership during
year. 53 j
Net gain in membership during
I'M ?ul membership.1.200
Contribuiloilp in ?iii (ihjt ls an fol
Missions and hcnovoleiico 8.0I1.K4
(*u rr eu I oxi*t*nst!. 5.5.40.09
Miscellaneous .*. 1,570.12
Cash on bund for all o'?
joela. . 4ST.!:i
O raid total.(20,L4S24
A Specific Agido Colli?.
"If th?ro Irt such ii thing its a mir
eille against enids, it is lo he found lo
tho Bleeping porVh 'ir thc open bed
room. Next to that comei tho cold
sponge hath In thc morning," Bays iii'1
Youth's Companion. Ile as careful a*
you can you will occasionally Ink?
colli ard wnen you do you will lind
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. n?.grcnl
help in enabling you to Ret rid of lt
JUT new line of Spring Shirts,
md they're from fashion's in*-?
vies are created.
Hxtures of unusual stripes and
J IN SPRING CRAVATS
;signs in rich tones and strik
our "Tipperary Bat Wings"
sical Farce, with lota
lin ging and Wooden
ews and Thompson?
di concertina soloists.
In 5 rc
from Rex Bi
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> ELECTRIC CHT
>* 1 _
Items of Interest sind Persona
f- Wireless on the St
ir. P'rhardN Will
Arme Hore Tonight.
A letter received yesterday ut the
ha ut ber ol commerce from Mr. Ktl
:.'.! I!. Richards, lately or Willow
?ly. N. L)., who ls en rou t? io Andcr
rm to lake charge of til?- grain eleva
>r which Is to ho erected here, stat
il that he would leave Chicago Mon
ftVi March 22. and arrive In Auder
on tonight. Mr. Olchurds is bring- j
ag hts family with him. Soon after |
.a arrivul the grain elevator emu- !
any grill he formally organized, offi-1
era elected and .work of erecting tho
ruin elevator started.
o Session of
The Police Court.
There was no session of tho police
burt yesterday, us there were no de
indent] to come before the court., to
i> tried in person or in their nbsenco.
'lila is the firsi Monday in several
loons that there han haen no session
f th?: recorder'.s court. For the po
ce dragnet td work fro:n Saturday I
'\ i to Monday noon Without catch
lg something, In most unusual. .
Of Envier V.KX Hunt.
T'n first announcement of the Bea
rii of nu Baster Kgg Hunt cum? yes- j
: day from mcnibors of the Junior i
h'lathta Ciaos* of tho First Baptist \
burch. A hunt will be given Satur- j
n v afternoon, April ,3, at 4 o'clock, on
le Reed let on South Main street,
ic cream und strnwborries will he
rrved. Au admission fee of 10 cents
ni bc charged. .
LcaiCi Ilospllnl. ?
A telegram received i'i tho City
iturday night stated that .Mr. Janus
. I'eurmau. clerk of court, who went
> Rochester. Minn., several days
10 to ho operated on for appendicitis,
ould ?eave the hospital Monday. The
ixt several day J will be spent re
ipirating lu his hotel. .Mr. Pcarninn
(poets tr. reach homo by April I.
ls many friends throughout the
lunty will be pleased to hear that he
mending KO rapidly.
Sanders la III.
Deputy Sheriff J. Olin Sanders has
ten confined to his home, on South
eDuffie street, for uevcral daya with
severe attack of grippe. It la under
cod (hut several mem ho rs of hi?
mlly are suffering from the same
r. J. J. I'.aldrin's
Knther Very III.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Baldwin have
en called to Columbia on account
the Hines* of Mr .Baldwin's fath-'
,'Mr. Frank Baldwin, who la a r??l
ut of that city, lt is understood
lt Mr. Baldwin is critically IB and
tie hope i held out for his recov
er. This will be distressing news to
". and Mrs. Baldwin's many friends
Ire Si ill Ott.
Receipts of cotton at the Standard
irehouse up until last Saturday
tnt were 18.218 bales for the sea
i. The receipts of cotton for tho
'responding t?erlod of last year
re -'0.7K:i bales.
>n mers Calling
'or Election Hoses,
??anaj^rs appointed for the special
dion to be held In the county
rch SI on the queH'.on ot voting
IO.I 00 honda for good roads are call
; for the allot hosea already, stated
somber of the hoard of commission
I. yesterday. Cedar Grove, Cedar
oath. Throe and Twenty. Mount
bor and CraytonvtHo boxes were
led for yesterday. Some of tho
nagora neglected to get the regls
liou i.Us. which are in the clerk
court's office. 1 ?mulrcments for
lng tn tho approaching election are
same ai for -.Ming in tho general
edon, that 1?. a registration cortl
?to and tax receipts for 1?U4 mujt
:ik? Last Mg?*.
V special meeting of the local Elks
dge ?va -, held last night to re?oive
. A. J. Hom. ot Fir. .enc?, district
puty grand exalted ruler. A buffet
??per waa served and d few camil
le* were Initiated into the order,
e meeting was ? very pleasant ono
i was greatly enjoyed by ihose at*
AS. CHAPLIN IN 1
.nderson's most favorite p
iel? with MARY RYAN an
Bach's hook in 9 reels featt
? SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
Third Fire in
COIIIII) (nu rt li OHM
Sunday afternoon alu.ut I o'clock
fire was discovered lu the treasurer's
:>Hici' of the county courthouse*. The j
automobil, truck wagon wai MIHI
moued, hut the firemen wer? able to '
axtingulsh the flames with the aid of I
chemical nppurtus. Tho fi.v origi
nated in some brooms which were
.^tacked In the corner of the office hy
the janitor after he finished sweepiug
Saturday aft? moon. An employee of
the office. Mr. Lon: . Green, started
Into tho office about half un hon.- be
fore thc fire, hut changed his mind
titer unlocking the door and did'not
au In. Ile says he was not smi king at
the time, KO the Tire could not lune !
originated hy his dropping a cigarette I
on iii?? floor. Thd damage will not ?
amount to more than SI?.
Krem thc Navy.
Louis r> Myers, formerly a resident
of the city and a fugitive from Justice,
who left Andcr-oti during the trial of ?
several cases against him for selling
liquor, and who later joined tho Unit
?d States navy, has deserted, accord
lng to notice: received in the city i
yesterday irom thc commanding otu- ',
.-.er '.?r the lT. S. S. Milwaukee, the
vessel to which Myers waa assigned.
Thc newa of Myora desertion conies
m a handbill to thc police depart
ment. Regularly thc. army and navy
send tb (.dicers of thu law through
out tho country batches of handbills
telling of thc desertion of sonic midier
or sailor, and offering rewards for
Mnrrh 81 Last Day
Tor l'uy!ng Taxes.
Tim county treasurer sounds a
wurning that March 31 is the last
day for paying State and county taxes.
There will he no time after that for
pay'ng ?taxes with a'penalty. April
I executions will ho Issued without
To Bo Snlcmnlrcd.
It has been announce ' that Mr.
Carl Wiedimmun, of Anderion
theatro orehejtra. and ...iss Ondie
II ombroo, of Pauline, S. C.. will bc
married on Kastor Sunday. Mr.
VVeldemann has been in Anderson bm
I short while, but during that time"
las made numerous friends.
[lest lah Shaw
itt the Season.
The Palmetto is offering this week
vhat is undoubtedly tho best tabloid
ihow that lias boen- seen nt thin
mm ..oniont house this neilson. There
ire 10 people with the show, inclini
ng u full pony chorus. There is a
inP Hst of specialties. Patrons of the
heatre stated yesterday after seeing
. performance that it is a.-olinely a
dean show, not one objectionable line
teing in it from start to finish.
? ? O ' !?
Negroes of Anderson, in keeping
sith a nation wide movement in ef
ect this week, are oaerving .health
veok. Special exercises are being
eld in thc opio -ed churches*. These
xerclses began Sunday with a splen
Id talk in thc afternoon by the
Lev. J. M. Garrison,: pastor of the
L. R. F. church. The meeting waa
eld at ?t. Paul':, church. Tonight,
t thc C. M. IC. churdy on (Heveland
venue, an interesting program will
e carried out. beginning ot 8 o'clock,
he topic "Sanitation as a Moral Fae?
jr" will be discussed by Dr. W. F.
ishmore. The Kev. H. 0. Anderson
fill make a talk on ..Bible Facts
3 to Health," while tho Rev. E.. H.
nderson will make n talk relating
> health. Two colored physicians ot
Fish ot all kinds, "Shrimp, Crab,
nd other sea fool nt. all times at
louorato prices. PhOae us your
'ants, and let us fill thom. Prompt
C. F. POWER
'hone 117. Cor. Mctmff?e and Benson
HS CHAMPION, 2 I
WAS A TRAIL, 5
?hoto star* BARBARA TE
picture is unusually good,
y, COHAN AND HARRI?
? HARRY MEST AYER ai
1 Saturday 'THE SPC
iring WM. F ARNUM and
iii** city also will speak. Another
meet lng will lie iicld Friday night.
lui? resting Meeting
Oi Churchniin'H Club.
An interesting and enjoyable weer
ing <>r *he Churchmen's ? lui? wu-.,held
! i>i iii"bt at s o'clock, at tho !:..< tory.
Meeting of Knit'
Au Important meeting of Ruff
t.oilge. So. 240, A. F. M.. will he
held this evening at 7:30 at the hall.
All members are urged tn he present.
Invited brothers ore cordially in\it
od to attend. This notice is issued by
C.. C. Cason. W. .M. und \V. I'.
Itpiiglitful I.j penni i
Attraction Last Mghi.
Tue OrnheanB, or -the Orphean
Musical cluh, who appeared last ?
night nt the Anderson College, were i
probably thc most pleasing attrac
tion or thc kind thai has even appear
ed before ai Anderson audience, lt
was the last lyceum of the season.
Thc attendance was unite lurge. prob
ably tho largest of the season, among
those present being a number of
denison College cadets. The work of
.ill the :-.rtists. individually and col
lectively, was heartily enjoyed. The
quartet work waj particularly en
joyable. Solos by Messrs E. V. Wil
liams and E. H.'Dennis, first aid
second tenors, respectively, were
plcndid. Thc cartoon work of Mr.
V. F. Henry was one of tie best fea
tures of the program. There were
trombone, cornet. saxophone and j
Mcllophone solos, ducts, trios and
quartets. And. taken all lu all, und
atoro delightful evening haa never
been spent ia, Anderson by anyone.
\ Wedding In
Mr. Lawrence Furtuan Brigwell, of
near Fpurtntiburg. and Miss Hallie
Estell Hay,ii>>, of near Hamil's etore.
were married at the residence of Mr.
Charlie Cobb, near Triangle church,
liy the Rev. H. B. .Martin.
Mr. Henry Tate, who conducts a
mercantile establishment near Starr,
is seriously ill in a Richtuond, Va..
Hospital. Mr. Tate was carried there
icme 10 days ago for treatment. It is
.inderstood thati little hope is held out
Tor Mr. Tate's recovery.
TEN YEAR'S MISERY ENDER.
J. T. Chambers, merchant, Jones
)oro, Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills
:ured me cf a ten-year standing case
>f rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
V friend told me of being cured; so I
ised them, and they cured me, too."
A??t middle aged men and women nra
tlad to leam that Foley Kidney Pills
.nord a way to escape sleep disturb
ng bladder weakness, backache, rheu
natistn, puniness under eyes, sift and
.woolen joints, and other illa nttribut
d to kidney troubles. Evan's Phar
-omb Sage Tea in
Lifeless, Gray Hair
Wt Stay Gray! .It Darken?
So Naturally that No
body can Tell.
Grandmother kept her hair hesuti
illy darkened, glossy and abundant
Ith a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur
ftienever her hair fell out or took
n that dull, faded or streaked ap
snrance, this simple mixture was ap
lletl with wonderful effect. By ask- .
ig at uny drug atore for "VVjfeth'n ;
age and Sulphur Compound," you
ill get a large bottle of thia old-time
?cipo, ready to use, for about 50
mts. Tills simple mixture can be
?pended upon to restore natural col
* and beauty to the hair and is splen
d for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and
A well-known downtown druggist
iys everybody uses WycUi's Sage
id Sulphur, because it darkens so
it ural ly and evenly that nobody can
ll it hos been applied-lt's sb cosy
use. too. You simply dampen a
?mb or soft brush and. draw lt
rough your heir, taking one strand
a time. By morning the gray hair
sappcars; after another Implication
. :two, il is restored io Its ? atura!
?tor and looks glossy, soft and sbun
Keep Your Bawds Begr mr.
Aa everyone knows, the bowel? are
to sewerage system ot the body, and
ls ot the greatest Importance that
i ey move once each day. If yo^r
>wela tn-oomc constipated, take a
me' of Chamberlain's Tableta ixM
rter supper and they will correct tue
iBordcr. Obtainable etorywhere.
le?is of Roaring Laughx
Reel Shubert Productio
:NNENT and O. A. C. U
5' big New York success
id ?the original New York
GIRLS! BEAUTIFUL, CHAR!
Try this! Doubles beauty of
your hair and stops it
Your hair becomes light, wavy,
Huffy, abundant, and, appears as soft,
lustrous and beautiful as a young
Kiri's after a "Danderlne hair cleanse."
Just try this-moisten a cloht with a
little Dandcrinn and carefully draw j
lt through your hsir. taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil lind
Commends (??od Hoads Fight.'
Editor Thc Intelligencer: .
Your up-hill fight for good roads
certainly commands the praise and
admiration of all fair-minded rende-?
3f your paper. I read your editorials
tally and though sometimes of con
Icpendcnt stand at all times upon
tra ry convictions 1 cannot but com
mend you for your fearless and ln
Icpendunt stand at ail times upon
juestlons of public interest and im
regardless of the means necessary
;o accomplish thc end 1 am heartily
n favor of good roads for Anderson
;ounly and "ace no reason why the
State of South Carolina cannot have
reads equally as good ns those of
Texas or any other State.
Last summer in pas3lng through
First-get tho name down pat-then
my it of your druggist. Just the very
lest thin? for constipation, sick head
ache, sour stomach, lazy liver, slug
gish constipated bowels. The pleas
antest, surest, nicest laxative you ever
ised. Tastes good"*- Ilk lemonade,
tels promptly, without pain of
lansen. Gives you the most satisfac
tory flushing you have ever had.
2 Reel Gc
Featuring CLEO MADISON of
and JOE KING. Everybody mi
Here is a roaring comedy, it is sui
. , Lubi
A good drama featuring ORME
When the Mumm;
This is one of thc LYON FORD ?
better dailv." t
ADMISSION Sc and 10c.
Geming Thursday, "101
FF-25 CENI OANDEMNE
in just a few moments you havo
doubled the beauty of your hair.
Bebides beautifying the hair at once
Danderlne dissolves every particle of
dandruff ; cleanses, purifies and invig
orates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair.
Hut what will please you most will
he after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hair-fine and
downy at first-yes-but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. It
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it surely get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton'a Dandcrino from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and Just try lt.
the Zarline section cf Abboville coun
ty. I was attracted by the admirable
public spirit which the farmers of
that community were showing by
lending their spare time, their teams,
and their help in constructing' the
Abbeville-Due -Weat highway.' Now
it is evident that the majority of thc
farmers in Anderson county favor
good, roads, but are against the bond
bill; So. in ca3e the issn,, is defeated,
I think it would be no bad idea for
them to follovv the progressive ex
ample of our Abbeville friends and In
this way we could soon have roads
which would al least be passable dur
ing the winter. Wo must have good
louds if we want to stay on the map.
Helton. S. C., March 23, 1915.
GET BID OF LINGERING COLDS,
COUGHS AND LA GBIPFE.
Spring finds many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs that weak
en thc system: Slush and wet cauco
nore colds than zero weather. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonia ure preva
lent. Every family should have a safo
ind reliable cough medicine ready for
is. Foley's Honoy and Tar Compound
-ontatns no harmful ingredients, lt
?uses a cough, checks ft cold and re
leves ir famed and congested mem
branes, it clears thc air passages and
loothes Inflammation. Evana Phar
"The Trey O* Hearts" fame,
ist see this picture.
re to make you laugh.
rt, t . ?. ;
HAWLEW and EARLE MET
y Cries For Help
MORAN comedies. They gel
?>'",J, I ?.. v
Wc do not close for supper.