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Cre?n? of To ..ato Soup Croton
Bakou Mackerel a ia Creole !
Roast Beef With Brown Gravy!
i3..i tto<>8 au Grat?n
BciiK d Cabbage Stewed Tomatoes
Sour Milk Biscuits
Apple Sauce Sponge Cake ?
Coffee Tea Milk
ir . o, h re's Ute place lo gel you*
fe' il. \Vi carry tho mil Cypher's lino
--i.a;. ?i?? Mash, Km ich F?ie<?, Short
Cut Alfuifa, ? ioVoloplng Food. f<?r lit
tle "Bhhly" chicks. Mont KnrnpK, and
Wheat Shorts^? etc.', etc.
Phone 2 2 East Wliitncr Street.
We've set a strong rjace in
The Tiger Specials for S 1.00
tier circle v/here the smartest ;
ThrTiger Specials a?e.Silk
attractive patterns. For men
A new vintage of unusual c
in>; combinations. Ask to set
at 5 oe.
Ask "Hugh, the Jew."
T. L. Cely
A Very Laughable M
of Good Oe
"THS FATAL BL Ai
"A LUCKY LEi
THE COMEDY I
Bolus and Bolus, the
Shoe dancers ?nd An
the harmony singers i
Church of Cily iiuld Its Annual
Meeting . Last Sunday
! Thc annual meeting of Hie congre*
Kallon ol the Kirai Duplist eil ur ch I
u:is hchl :.:st Sunday moring. The ;
m inhership of the church ..!! .March
\ 1 last Ma:- l,2t>3. Since tho ?ev John :
I K, Vines became pastor "i tho churc?l I
: !>.">.> Hcci -slobs have been made.
j The fol lowing fuels I a kc II from thei
I report ure of Interes! :
i Sunda) Mellool,
! Number fn linnie department... 120
Number of .?Hirers and teach
I <\.*. tTi
j Number of pupila. !?."? !
I Average attendance. .MU;
; Number on ('rudie Holl. nt
Grund i<>i;,i enrollment .1,1S1
Increase in membership during
Deer, ase lu membership during
year . r>3
\->l tain in membership during
vi ar.; SO
Pn ...ii membership.1,200
< uiitributlnitH lo a.l Obj? Itt UH I'd
Missions and benev??enVe.S.011.SI
Curren] exifl-hae. 5.540.(12
Miscellaneous .*. 1,570.12
Anderson College.13,53? .. :
Cash on hand for all ob"
jects... 4S7.??1 j
A Specific Agata Cold**
"If there ls such ii Illina ns II >?!?<?.. j
elfie against colds, it is Ul ho found l?i
thu sleonlng pofVh or tho nxwji bed
room. Next tn that conn s the cold
I poonKe hath In the morning," Bays the
I Youth's Companion. He as careful a
j you can you will occasionally take
' cold ned wnen you do yon will find
Chamberlain's Cough Hemody a .great
ihelp In enabling you to get rid of ?I
1 Obtainable everywhere.
our new line of Spring Shirts,
and they're from fashion's in
;t_\ics are created.
W-ixitires of unusual stripes a"d
IS IN SPRING CRAVATS
lesions in rich tones and strik
: our "Tipperary Bat 'Wings"
. . i.vf':-'" .i?.ie . . '
tt$fJ>?^ : *i ;v i -1; -V- ".' -J v
urical Farce? with lots
singing and Wooden
mews ?nd Thompson?
und concert?la soloists.
from Rex B<
* Items of Interest and Persona
Wireless on the St
Mr. B'flisrdN Will
Arme Here Tonight.
A l< it r roo Ivcd yesterday nt tn*'
chamber of commerc? from Mr.. Ed
ward li. Richards, lately of Willow
City, N. D,f w bo ls enroule to Andcr
pu to lake charge of tit?' grain eleva
tor which Is to h" erected here, stat
ed that he would leave Chicago Mon
day, .Mareil 22. and arrive lu Ander
son tonight. Mr. Pilchards ia bri np
lng hts family with bim. Soon af tor
his arrival tho prain elevator com
cany will he formally organized, offi
cers clefted and work of < weting tho
traill elevator started.
Xo Session of %
The Police Court.
Thorp was no session of the police i
sburt yesterday, as there were no de- j
tendent > to come before the court., to ?
be tried in person or in their absence.
Tilla ls thc first Monday in several
moons thnt there has baan no session
of thc recorder'.; court. For thc po- j
lice dragnet to work from Saturday!
o".-.i to Monday noon without catch- ?
lug .something, lu most unusual. .
?If Easter Kgg Hunt.
The first announcement of the scu
3on of an Baster K^g Hunt cam > yes
terday from m?mbors of the Junior
PhUatbca lia.s'of the Ftrst Baptist
church. A hunt win be given Satur
day afternoon, April :J, at 4 o'clock, on
til" Reed lot on South Main street.
le?- cream and strawberries will, be
served. An admission fcc of 10 cents
will bc charged. '
tier k Pen rms ii
Lemo. Hospital. .
A telegram received i-i the city
Saturday night stated that Mr. Janies
N. !Varmnn. clerk of court, who went
to Rochester, Minn., several days
ago to bo operated on for appendicitis,
would lenvfi thc hospital Monday. The
next several dayj will be spent re
I-upi rating in his hotel. Mr. Pcarman
expects tr. reach home by April 1.
Ills many friends throughout the
county will be pleased to lioar that he
in mending KO rapidly.
Sanders is lil.
Deputy Sh erin' j. Olin Sander's hsa
been confined to his home, on South
McDulhc street, for several days with
n JU? ve re attack of grippe. It 13 under
stood that several members of his
family are suffering from the same
Mr. J. J. Baldwin'*
Father Very III.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Baldwin have
been called to Columbia on account
of the iliac.--., of Mr .Baldwin's fath
er,'Mr. Frank Baldwin, who ls a resi
dent of that city. It is understood
t'a; Mr. Baldwin is critically HI and
l'ttle hope l-K held out for his recov
ery. Tills will bo distressing news to
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin's many friends
Arc Still Off.
Receipts of cotton at the Standard
Warehouse up until lost Saturday
night were ?S.L'ls bales for the sen
son. Tho receipts of cotton for tho
corresponding period of last year
were 20,78:1 bales.
Man tuon, falling
Vor Election Boxes.
Managers appointed for the special,
election to be held In the county
March si on tho quest'on of voting
$ 5.100 boii'?s for good roads aro call
ing for tho allot boxes already, stated
? member of the board of commlssion
eit yesterday. Cedar Orovo, Cedar
Wreath, Three and Twenty. Mou.it
Tobor and Cra.vtonvll.lo boxes were
called for yesterday. Some of thc
managers neglected to get the regis
tration vt.Hs. willoh are in thc clerk
of court's, office. I ?^ulremonts for
voting In thc approaching election are.
trfi same as for \Mlng in the general
election', that ls. a registration certi
ficate and tax receipts for I'll 1 mu M
?peeial Meeting ?
Pik* Lari Mg?*.
A .v-.-ial meeting of the local Elks
Lodge w?:, held last night to receive
Mr. A. J. Ham. of Fl'- once, district
deputy grand exalted ruler. A buffet
supper was served and a tow candi
date* wore initiated Info the order.
The meeting was a very pleasant ooo
and was greatly oajoyed by those at
AS. CHAPLIN IN h
ndervan's most favorite pl
*U with MARY RYAN anc
?ach's book in 9 reels featu
( SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
Third Piro in
Sunday afternoon ubr.ul J o'clock
fir?- waa discovered in tin- iroasurer's
office di' tbs county courthouse. Tin1
automobile truck wagon wai sum
moned, but tin- firemen were abb' t??
jxtinguUh thc flamea with tin* aid of
chemical appartus. The fh'e orlfii
nated in ?onie brooms which were
stnikod 'n tile corher cf tue office by
the janitor after he finished sweeping
Saturday aft? moon. An employee of
the office, Mr. Lotti* tireen, started
into tho ollie,, about half an bon.' be
fore Hie fire, but changed his mind
lft?r unlocking the door and did? net
gp in. Ile says he was not sim kin'; at
the t'me, so tlie Tire could not hnvf
originated by his dropping a cigarette
on th?, floor. Thd damage will not ? i
unniint to more than $10. i i
Prem the Na Y j. '
Louis ti Myora, formerly a resident
of tue city and a fugitive from justice,
wiio left Anderdon during the trial of i 1
several casen again.it him tor selling
liquor, and who later joined the Unit
;d Staten uavv, has deserted, accord-.! 1
iTg to notice; repelled In the city .
yesterday irom thc commanding offi
cer of the c. s. S. Milwaukee; the 1
vessel to which Myers was assigned.
The nowa of Myers desertion conies
m a handbill to the police depart
ment. Regularly the. army and navy
?end to officers of the law through
out tho country hatches of hammills
telling of tho desertion of some soldier
or sailor, and offering rewards for
March gi Lust Duy
For Paying Taxes.
The county treasurer soumis a j
warniiiK that March 31 ls tho last j
day for paying State and county taxes, j
There will bc no time utter that for |
pny.'ng?ta .es with a penalty. April'
I executions will be issued without
To He Salem ni/ed.
It lias been announced, that Mr.
Carl Wiedemanii, of the Anderdon
theatre orche3tra. and Miss (janie
II embree, of Pauline. S. (.'.. will bc
married on Kaster Sunday. Mr.
Weidcuiann haH been in A-iderson but,
a short while, but during that time
has made numerous friends.
Hes? Tah Shaw
Of the Season.
The Palmetto ls offering this week
what is undoubtedly the best tabloid
show that has been seen at thin
amusement house this season. There
are 10 people with the show, includ
ing a full pony chorus. There is a
fine Hst of specialties. Patrons of thc
theatre stated yesterday after seeing
a performance that It is aaolutely a
clean show, not one objectionable line ! |
being in it from start to finish.
Negroes Ohsen e
Negroei of Anderson. In keeping
with a nation wide movement in ef
fect thta week, are oserving .health
week. Special exercises are being
held In the colorea churches'. These
Rxerclses began Sunday with a splen
did talk in thc afternoon by the
Rev. J. M. Garrison, pastor of tho
a. R. P. church. The'meeting was
held at St. Paul's church. Tonight,
it the C. M. K. churdy on Cleveland
iveauc; an Interesting program will
bo carried out. beginning at 8 o'clock.
I .io topic "Sanitation as a Moral Fac
tor" will be discus .ed by Dr. ?V. F.
Ashmore. Thu Kev. H. tl. Anderson
will make ?* talk on "Bihle Facts
M to Health." while the Itov. E, H.
Anderson will make a talk relating
lo health. Two colored physicians ut
Fish ot all kind?, Shrimp, Crab,
und other sea foM at, sil times at
moderate prices. Phono us your
wants* and let os flu them. Prompt
CF. POWER. ?
Phone 117. Cor. McUuClo and Henson c
US CHAMPION, 2 E
WAS A TRAIL, 5
hoto stars BARBAR/ TE
?icture is unusually good.
r, COHAN AND HARRIS
I HARRY MESTA YER ar
\ Saturday "THE SPC
iring WM. F ARNUM and
?io city also will speak. Another i
Hooting will held Friday night.
(M* Churchmen's ( lal?
An Interesting und enjoyable meot
nv; of the Churchmen's Club Was.hold
1 ist nlifht at x o'clock, at tho K?ciory.
Meeting of Kiifi
An important meeting of Ruff
Lodge. No. $40, A. F. M.. will ho
held thia evening .it 7:?0 at the hall.
All mem bora are urned tn be present,
invited b rot hera are cordially in vit"
ed io attend. This notice is issued by
c. O. Cason. W. .M. and W. P.
Delightful L\ronni ?
Attraction Last Night.
The Orphean3, or .the Orphean j
Musical Club. Who appeared last|:
night at the Anderson College, vere I
probably the most pleasing attrac
tion of the kind that has oven appear
ed before an Anderson audience. It
was thc last lyceum af tho season.
Tho attendance was quito large, prob
ably thc largest of tho season, among
those present being a number of
Clemson College cadets. The work of
ill tho artists, individually and col
lectively, was heartily enjoyed. The
quartet work wa; particularly en
joya ole. .solo:-, by Messrs E. V. Wil
liams and B. H. Dennis; first and
second tenors, respectively. wore
picmlid. Tho cartoon work of Mr.
VT. P. He1.ry was ono of the best fea
tures of tho program. There were
Ln.tnbone. cornet. saxophone and
Mcllophono solos, duets, trios and
quartets. And. taken all in all, and
more delightful evening has never
been spent la, Anderson by anyone.
A Wedding in
Mr. Lawrence Furinan Brtgwcll, of
near Ppnrtanburg. and Miss Hallie
Estell Hay 'lie, of near Hamil's store,
were married at the residence o? Mr.
riiarlie Cobb, near Triangle church,
by tho Rev. H.H. Martin.
Mr. Henry Tate, who conducts a
mercantile establishment near Stare,
is seriously ill in a Richmond, Vf.., i
hospital. Mr. Tato was carried there
seme 10 days ago.for treatment, lt ls
understood tbatl little hope ls held out
for Mr. Tate's recovery.
TEN YEAR'S MISERY ENDER.
J. T. Chambers, merchant, Jones
aoro, Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills
mred me of a ten-year standing case
)f rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
\ friend told me of being cured ; so I
ascii them, and they cured me, too."
Host middle aged men and women are
<lnd to learn that Foley Kidney Pills
ilford a way to escape sleep disturb
ng bladder weakness, backache, rheu
natlsm, puffiness under eyes, sift and
woolen Joints, and other His attribut
?d to kidney troubles. Evan's Phar
Comb Sage Tea in
Lifeless, Gray Hair
)on'i Stay Gray! .lt Darkens
So Naturally that No
body can Tell.
Grandmother ke^'- her hair beauti
ully darkened, glossy and abundant
HU? a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Vhenever her hair fell out or took
n that dull, faded or streaked ap
carance, thia simple mixture was al
lied with wonderful effect. By nsk
ag at any drug store for " Wyeth'i*
iago and Sulphur Compound," you
. il! get a large bottle bf this old-time j
eel pe, ready to use, for about BO
enta. Thin simple mixture can be
epended upon to restore natural col
r a?d beauty to the hair sud ls splen
ld Tor dar^rufr, dry, itchy scalp and
A well-known downtown druggist
sys everybody uses Wyeth's Sago
nd Sulphur, because lt darkens so
aturally and evenly that nobody can
sit it has been applied-it's so easy
j use, toa You simply dampen a
omb or soft brush and draw lt
iirough your hair, taking ono strand
t a time. By morning tho gray hair
isappesrs; after another Application
r two, it is restored to its natural
olor and looka glossy, soft and abun
Keep Ymir Dewels Hcgr Tar.
As everyono knows, the bowels ara
ho KOTurnge system ot tao uody, and
t ts o< the greatest importance that
hey move once each )'ay. If your
towels become ^nstlpitod. take u
tose ot Chambe .''A?u'a Tableta Just
iftor supper and they will correct the
lisorder. Obtainable evorywhere.
lay, March I
[eels of Roaring Laught
Reel Shuhert Production
NNENT and O. A. C. LL
>' big New York success
id -the original New York
GIRLS! BEAUTIFUL, CHAR?
Try thu! Doubles beauty of j i
your hair and stops it
Your hair becomes light, wavy,
fluffy, abundant, and, appears as soft,
lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse."
Just try this-moisten a cloht with a
little Danderine and carefully draw
it through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil find
Commends Hood Hoads Fleht.
Editor The Intelligencer: .
Your up-hill fight for good roads
certainly commands the praise and
admiration of all'fair-minded readers
of your paper. I read your editorials
dally and though sometimes of con
dependent stand nt all times upon
ti arv convictions I cannot but com
mend you for your fearless und in
dependent stand at ail times upon
questions of public interest aud im
T'igardl' > of the means necessary
to accompli* the end 1 am heartily
In favor ?f ?oed roads for Anderson
county and "seo no reason why thu
State of South Carolina cannot have
roads equally as good as those of
Texas or any other State.
Last summer In passing through
Pirti-get tho name down pat-then
buy it ot your druggist. Just the very
beat thing for constipation, sick head
ache, sour stomach, Jnzy liver, slug
gish constipated bowels. Th- pleas
antest, surest, nicest laxative '"ou ever
used. 'Pastes good*-Uk lemonade.
Ads promptly, without pain or
nausea. Gives you the most satisfac
tory flushing you have ever had.
2 Reel Gi
Featuring CLEO MADISON of
and JOE KING. Everybody rm
Here is a roaring comedy, it is su
A good drama featuring ORNIE
When the Mumm
This is one of the LYON FORD
better daily. i
ADMISSION Sc and 10c.
(Jaming Thursday, ?'10
F- 25 CENT DANDERINE
n just a few moments yoe have
loubled the beauty of your hali.
Besides beautifying the nair at once
[landmine dissolves every particle of
hindrui?; cleanses, purifies and invlg
Drates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
>e after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hair-fine and
lowny at ftrRt-yes-but really new
nair growing all over the scalp. If
/ou care for pretty, soft hair and lots
af it surely get a 26 cent bottle of
Knnwlton's Dandcrine from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and Just try it.
the Zarlinc section <-.f Abbeville coun
ty, I was attracted by thc admirablo
public spirit which the farmers or
that community were showing by
lending their spare time, their teams,
and their help in constructing the
Abbeville-Duc -West highway." Now
it is evident that the majority of the
farmers in Anderson county favor
good, roads, but arc against the bond
bill. So, in case thc issn,. Is defeated,
i think it would be no bad idea for
thom to follow the progressive ex
ample ?if our Abbeville friends and in
this way we could soon bavo roads
which would ut least be passable dur
iez the winter. We must have good
toads if wo want to stay on the map.
Belton. S. C.; March 23, 1915.
GET BID OE LINGERING COLDS,
COUGHS AND LA GRIPPE.
Spring finds many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs that, weak
en thc system: Slush and wet cauro
uore colds than zero weather. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonia are preva
lent. Every family should hare a safo
ind reliable cough medicino ready for
xs. Foley's Honey and Ter Compound
.ontai ns no harmful ingredients, it
i?ses a cough, checks a coir" and re
loves ir flamed and congested mom
mmes, it clears the air passages and
mothes Inflammation. Evans Phar?
A ARCH 23 rd
aid Seal' '
"The Trey O* Hearts" fame,
ust see this picture,
re to make you laugh.
HAWLEW and EARLE MST
ty Cries For Help
M.ORAN comedies. They get
We do not close for supper.
1 RANCH SHOWS."